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You can use the following software to calculate the cost/rate of below items -

1. Knitted Tops. Such as T-shirt, Polo shirt, Tank top etc. 2.Knitted Bottom. Such as Short pant, Trouser etc. 3. Woven Tops. Such as Shirt, Blouse etc. 4. Woven Bottom. Such as Long pant, Short pant, Cargo pant etc. 5. Sweater. Such as Pullover, Cardigan etc. 6. CM Costing. Cost of Making 7. Trims Costing. Such as Label, button, Sewing Thread, Zipper etc. 8. Poly bag costing and Carton Costing. Thanks

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Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Woven fabric consumption formula.

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Before calculate the woven fabric consumption, you must need the followings information as mentioned below:

1) Measurement chart with technical spec.
2) Style Description.
3) Fabric Description.
4) Fabrics width/weight.
5) Washing shrinkage if any.


This formula is as under :
Formula = Length  X Width  / Fab width X Fab Unit


Here, 
Length = length of the specific parts + allowance

Width  = width  of the specific parts + allowance

Fab width = Fabric width ( after considering the shrinkage 
                    allowance).
                   Say, fabric width is 45" & the shrinkage 
                   allowance is 1", Then the Fabric width will 
                   be (45"-1") = 44" in the formula.

Fab unit = Fabric calculation unit, here it will be 36 because 
                we are going to calculate the consumption in 
                Yards.


Now we will calculate the consumption of a Shirt (front part)

Center front length  = 32"+1" (Sewing allowance) = 33"
Width (Chest)        = 24" + 1" (Sewing allowance) + 3" 
                                 Pleat.W (1.5X2)  = 28"


= Length  X Width  / Fab width X Fab Unit
= 33" X 28" /  44" X 36"
= 924" 1584"
= 0.5833333

= 0.59 Yards. (for front part)

Thanks 
Bipul