Activewear

One of the fastest growing industries in the textile world. We’ve got you covered.

If you're new to manufacturing, or you want to find out what new processes there are that can be used to manufacture activewear, without looking in the right place it's going to be pretty hard to find out the information you need. Luckily enough, we've put together a good starting point below that we hope is going to give you an idea of the processes and operations to follow along with a comprehensive list of the different sewing machines that you'll need to use to make your own.

Hoodies

  • 1

    Hoodie-joining

    MO-6814D
    MO-6814S

    Hoodie-joining

    • Here's a short overview of process 1.
  • 2

    Hoodie-attaching

    MO-6814D
    MO-6814S

    Hoodie-attaching

    • Here's a short overview of process 2.
  • 3

    Sleeve-attaching

    MO-6814D
    MO-6814S

    Sleeve-attaching

    • Here's a short overview of process 3.
  • 4

    Zip-attaching

    DDL-7000A
    DDL-9000C

    Zip-attaching

    • Here's a short overview of process 4.
  • 5

    Side-seaming

    MO-6814D
    MO-6814S

    Side-seaming

    • Here's a short overview of process 5.
  • 6

    Kangaroo Pockets

    DDL-7000A
    DDL-9000C

    Kangaroo Pockets

    • Here's a short overview of process 6.
  • 7

    Cuff-attaching

    MO-6914C
    MF-7900-U11

    Cuff-attaching

    • Here's a short overview of process 7.
  • 8

    Bottom-hemming

    MF-7500-U11
    MF-7900-U11

    Bottom-hemming

    • Here's a short overview of process 8.