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What is the process of making pants?

¿Cuál es el proceso de fabricación de un pantalón?

What is the manufacturing process of pants?

Without a doubt, one of the most universal pieces of clothing that exists is jeans. There are different cuts, fabrics, fits and finishes, but the production process is very similar in all of them. Do you want to know how to make a Texan? You're lucky! Below, we break down the process of making a pair of jeans.

The first thing we do is design the garment. To do this, we study new trends and look for references in order to improve jeans and perfect them season after season. Once the jeans are designed, we move on to pattern making, which is nothing more than adapting the different sizes to the specific model we are working on.

In this way, we create the first sample of each model and thus we can know what specific details we have to improve about the jeans. To continue with the process of manufacturing a pair of jeans, we note the changes and correct them in the workshop.

Once we have corrected the changes, we proceed to cutting and sewing our beloved jeans. It involves placing the pattern of the pants on a series of overlapping layers of denim fabric, with which we manage to make the exact cut of each piece and then assemble the complete garment in the workshop, with the buttons, rivets and other details. of each garment.

The next step in the process of manufacturing pants is finishing, at which time we carry out the desired final nuance. Here we achieve, for example, the worn effect of our Denver Mid Blue with coefficient laser technology; or the Flamingo Used Blue , among others.

Once we have gotten this far, all that remains is to iron and label the jeans so that they are ready for sale.