You would usually be able to complete the initial version of the garment spec sheet once your pattern is ready and a measurement table is a part of a tech pack where a designer communicates technical guidelines and requirements to the manufacturer on how to construct the garment. So what does a garment spec sheet contain and how to prepare it right? Let’s dive deep into the details.

Season, style, sample size, description, date, designer, size range, category, and then a drawing (computer or hand drawn) and structures, as well as the client’s information, are all listed on the first page. The second page includes all of the measurements, a secondary sketch, and any remarks the client may have. Another drawing, operation, stitch type, breadth, colour, and seam allowance are all on the third page. The fourth page has the grading chart. The size measurements include the waist (top edge of waistband), waistband depth (CB), top hip (10cm from waist), low hip (20cm from waist), across fork (at crotch point), knee (35cm down from crotch), hem width, inside leg length, front rise (exclude waistband), back rise (exclude waistband), zip length, side pocket opening, and back pocket opening. Lastly, the fifth page contains the label position and anything in general that concerns the label.

The whole process will be detailed and well assisted to ensure a good outcome and a happy client.