During final inspection many times we got some defects. All the defect are not same and not have the same importance. Out of these defect some are major and some defect is minor.
Many times we become confused to take a decision that, which is major and which minor. Today I am going to share some information with all of you regarding this issue. Also, I am going to share a list defects with major and minor classification. In this regards please note, these classifications are not fixed, it can be varied based on buyer view.
Major Defect: Anything which adversely affects the appearance, performance, including fit or customer satisfaction to a degree that would provide a discerning customer with justification for non-purchase, a return or complaint .
Minor Defect: Any variation from a standard which is not sufficient in degree to be classified as major
Today I will discuss regarding Stitching Defects
|1||Any BROKEN STITCHES which may result in the failure or Opening of the seam.||X|
|2||Instances whereby the seam has not been properly closed
Or the stitching has missed the fabric, resulting in an OPEN SEAM.
|3||Excessively loose or unbalanced STITCH TENSIONS, resulting in unsightly, MISFORMED seams or “see-through” to the body when worn.||X|
|4||Seams which are conspicuously ROPING or TWISTED.|
|adversely affecting appearance||X|
|apparent but not significant||X|
|5||Seams which are UNEVEN, CROOKED or WAVY.|
|adversely affecting appearance.||X|
|Apparent but not significant.||X|
|6||UNFINISHED or INSECURELY FINISHED SEAMS which will
Run-back and open-up during wear
|7||POOR JOINS or SKIPPED STITCHES which look unsightly
and which will open-up
|8||One Stitch Skipped||X|
|9||Two Stitches and above Skipped||X|
Seams which contain unsightly PLEATS.
|11||Parts or garment CAUGHT-IN any unrelated operation or stitching.||X|
|12||Any NEEDLE DAMAGE which has occurred to the fabric during seaming||X|
By Enamul Haque Bipul
Uttara – Dhaka