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|Style Description:||Leopard AOP Baby Girl Pram Suit||Main Body:||100% Polyester Micro Fleece|
|Neck Collar:||Self Fabric||Tab:||Self Fabric With 16L Cap Snap|
|Color:||Light Gray||Sleeve:||Long Sleeve|
|Agender:||Baby Girl||Size Range:||0/3M,3/6M,6/9M,12/18M,18/24M|
Leopard AOP Baby Girl Pram Suit 150D Micro Fleece Coil Zipper Closure Coverall
|Newborn boy pram suit Leopard AOP Baby Girl Pram Suit 150D Micro Fleece Coil Zipper Closure Coverall|
|Costumes Type||Baby Pram Suit|
|Supply Type||Stock / OEM / ODM|
|Material||100% poyester micro fleece|
|Feature||funny Dress / Party Dress /stage performance|
|sample||sample is free and frieige will be collected by buyer|
|Keywords||Pram suit For Baby|
|Service||24 hours Customer Service|
2.24 hours customer service
3.Secured transactions To ensure the safety of goods and money
Baby T-Shirt Construction Details
|Neck Collar||1/2 neck collar, SN DTM topstitch|
|Back neck binding||Contrast back neck binding over seam, DN DTM|
|SHOULDERS||Left Shoulder functional snap placket, 2 snaps|
|Sleeve and Bottom||DN stitching at sleeve and bottom hem.|
Baby T-shirt Overall Size For Reference(inch):
|MEASUREMENTS||TOL +/-||3 MTH||6MTH||9MTH||12MTH||18MTH||24MTH|
|LENGTH frm HPS to Hem||3/8||12 3/4||13 1/4||13 3/4||14 1/4||14 3/4||15 1/4|
|NECK WIDTH-seam to seam||1/8||4 1/4||4 1/4||4 1/2||4 3/4||5||5 1/4|
|BACK NECK DROP-HPS to seam||1/8||1||1||1||1 1/4||1 1/4||1 1/4|
|FRONT NECK DROP-HPS to seam||1/8||2 3/8||2 1/2||2 5/8||2 3/4||2 7/8||3|
|ACROSS SHOULDER- sesm to seam||1/4||8||8 1/4||8 1/2||8 3/4||9||9 1/4|
|ARMHOLE (STRAIGHT)||1/8||4 1/4||4 1/2||4 3/4||5||5 1/4||5 1/2|
|SLEEVE LENGTH LONG-from CB neck||1/4||11 3/4||12 3/4||13 1/2||14 1/2||15 1/2||16 3/4|
|SLEEVE OPENING- long||1/4||2 1/2||2 3/4||3||3||3 1/4||3 1/4|
|CHEST (1" BELOW ARMHOLE)||1/4||10||10 1/2||10 3/4||11||11 1/2||12|
|SWEEP-at hem||1/4||10||10 1/2||10 3/4||11||11 1/2||12|
|HEM HEIGHT- bbtm edge to top stitching||0||5/8||5/8||5/8||5/8||5/8||5/8|
Cotton: From Field to Fabric(Chapter 5)
Modernization efforts have brought major changes to the U.S. textile industry. Equipment has been
streamlined and many operations have been fully automated with computers. Machine speeds have greatly
increased. At most mills the opening of cotton bales is fully automated. Lint from several bales is mixed and
blended together to provide a uniform blend of fiber properties. To ensure that the new high-speed
automated feeding equipment performs at peak efficiency and that fiber properties are consistent,
computers group the bales for production/feeding according to fiber properties. The blended lint is blown by
air from the feeder through chutes to cleaning and carding machines that separate and align the fibers into
a thin web. Carding machines can process cotton in excess of 100 pounds per hour. The web of fibers at
the front of the card is then drawn through a funnel-shaped device called a trumpet, providing a soft, rope-
like strand called a sliver (pronounced SLY-ver). As many as eight strands of sliver are blended together in
the drawing process. Drawing speeds have increased tremendously over the past few years and now can
exceed 1,500 feet per minute. Roving frames draw or draft the slivers out even more thinly and add a gentle
twist as the first step in ring spinning of yarn. Ring spinning machines further draw the roving and add twist
making it tighter and thinner until it reaches the yarn thickness or count” needed for weaving or knitting
fabric. The yarns can be twisted many times per inch. Ring spinning frames continue to play a role in this
country, but open-end spinning, with rotors that can spin five to six times as fast as a ring spinning machine,
are becoming more widespread. In open-end spinning, yarn is produced directly from sliver. The roving
process is eliminated. Other spinning systems have also eliminated the need for roving, as well as
addressing the key limitation of both ring and open-end spinning, which is mechanical twisting. These
systems, air jet and Vortex, use compressed air currents to stabilize the yarn. By removing the mechanical
twisting methods, air jet and Vortex are faster and more productive than any other short-staple spinning
system. After spinning, the yarns are tightly wound around bobbins or tubes and are ready for fabric
forming. Ply yarns are two or more single yarns twisted together. Cord is plied yarn twisted together.
Will be continued in the next chapter.
1. Q: Are you factory or trading company?
A: We are factory.
2. Q: Could you make as our designs?
A: Yes. We could make samples following your designs and requirement. We could do both OEM and ODM.
3. Q: What is the delivery time?
A: The production time is around 25-35 workdays after samples and payment confirmed.
4. Q: Can we make our logo on the clothes?
A: Yes. We could embroidery or print your logo. And also use your labels and hangtags.
5. Q: What about the sample fees and delivery date?
A: Our sample fee depend on your style/ material/ quantity.
B: Sample delivery date: 7-15 workdays for customize styles; 3-5 days for Wholesale styles.
YKK zipper-zipper applied along front opening and inseam (left side as worn)
Tag Construction-self fabric,clean finished.,cap snap at CF neck.
Foot construction-self fabric sole and toe are applied with 2 needle, 4 thread overedge
Ankle-Elastic applied across back ankle from inseam to outseam, 1 3/4" above foot seam. apply with chain stitching