The making of THE INDUSTRY WORKS
Warping is the process of arranging the warp threads by color to realize the pattern of the fabric. After winding, the warp threads are brought to the weaving factory.
Weaving is the process of placing warped threads on a loom, and weaving through the weft threads to realize the pattern of the fabric. This completes the woven fabric. After this, it is finished to the desired texture at the final factory.
Cutting refers to cutting the fabric accurately according to the pattern. It is done carefully by our specialized cutting staff.
This refers to "making clothes" by sewing the cut parts together with a sewing machine. They are carefully tailored by sewers in our factory.
Attachments such as buttons, labels are affixed to the sewn products, and wrinkles are smoothed out with a hand iron or press. The finishing process is carefully conducted to create an even more beautiful final product.
We package the products in a box stamped with THE INDUSTRY WORKS logo. The quality of the product is delivered simply, without excessive packaging. We value direct delivery from the production area, and deliver them one by one to their new owners.