In most cases, clothing is composed of textiles or man-made fibers, but over the years it’s also included clothing made of animal skins and other thin flexible sheets of man-made materials and organic products found in nature, which are put together by different manufacturers. The process of manufacturing and weaving together different products used to be an arduous task back then and only few people were capable of it because of the technological advances. This was also the case when production became concentrated only in a few industries; this is also the case today where many manufacturing processes are done at the same time in order to make more profit. Different products that were made for different uses had to be woven together by different manufacturers who have mastered the skill of weaving clothes with different kinds of material.
The process of manufacturing clothing involves several steps, starting from choosing the kind of fabric, colors, patterns, cuts, and even stitching methods to be used. When it comes to manufacturing clothing, the clothes are manufactured using high quality and durable sewing needles which are either hand-stitched or machine-stitched depending on the kind of clothing being produced. Sewing machines are also used to create fine clothing that had intricate designs such as embroidery, screen printing, and even zippers and closures found near the neck.
Some clothing may also be worn by adults for fashion purposes. Children’s clothing is another variety of clothing where the clothes are designed and manufactured especially for them. The materials used in making children’s wear is usually cotton, wool, silk, and nylon mixed with other synthetic polyesters and acrylics. Children’s clothes are mostly worn to keep them warm especially during winter. Lice infestations can also be avoided if children are wearing clean and lice-free clothing.