Merchandising

Merchandising
Merchandising is the department which mediates marketing and production departments. It is Space optimization through effective Brand/Package allocation, focusing on gaining first position, providing greatest exposure of brands to all consumers, creating a consistent, orderly and clean appearance for the products, maximizing the use of POS to increase consumer awareness of brand and promotions.
Introduction
Merchandising is a process through which products a re planned, developed, executed and presented to the buyer. It includes directing and overseeing the development of product line from start to finish. Marketing and merchandising depart ment: A team of merchandisers and marketers work together under a profit controls head. Merchan disers handle the foreign buyers. The teams are made according to the buyers being handled.
Merchandising is the department which mediates marketing and production departments. Some times, merchandising department will have to do costing and pricing also. In any case, the merchandiser is the person whose responsibility is to execute the orders perfectly as per the costing and pricing. So it is a very valuable department. Following are the main responsibilities of merchandisers.
Two type of merchandising done in garment exports
• Marketing merchandising.
• Product merchandising.
Marketing merchandising
Main function of marketing merchandising is
• roduct Development
• Costing
• Ordering Marketing merchandising is to bring orders costly products development and it has direct contact with the buyer.
Product merchandising
Product merchandising is done in the unit. This includes all the responsibilities from sourcing to finishing i.e. first sample onwards, the products merchandising work start and ends till shipment.

A Merchandisers key responsibility is as follows:
• Product Development
• Market and product Analysis
• Selling the concept
• Booking orders
• Confirming Deliveries
• Designing and Sampling
• Costing
• Raw Material
• Flow Monitoring
• Production Follow Ups
• Payments Follows
• Internal & external communication,
• Sampling
• Lab dips
• Accessories & trims
• Preparing internal order sheets
• Preparing purchase orders
• Advising and assisting production,
• Advising quality department about quality level
• Mediating production and quality departments
• Giving shipping instructions and following shipping,
• Helping documentation department
• Taking responsibility for inspections and
Following up the shipment. Internal & external communication
Earlier, we had seen the importance of communication with buyers. By the same way, internal communication is also very much valuable. As the other departments will follow the instructions given by the merchandising department, they have very high value. Other departments don’t know the buyer’s instructions; they know only the merchandising department’s instructions. So it is the sole responsibility of merchandising department to instruct other departments the specifications and instructions of buyer’s orders clearly.
Even a small omission, mistake or deviation of instruction may create big problems. Sometimes, they may not be correctable. Hence all the instructions to be double checked before being informed to other departments. Prevention is better than cure.

Department structure and Functioning

Costing of Shirts
In order to achieve perfect garment costing, one must know about all the activities including purchase of fabrics, sewing, packing, transport, overheads, etc and also about their costs, procedures, advantages and risk factor. There are two types of garments, namely woven and knitted garments. Shirt, trouser, sarees, bed spreads, blankets, towels and made ups are woven. T-shirts, sweaters, undergarments, pyjamas and socks are knits.Costing is the deciding factor for fixing of prices and the impor
Basic Categories
Costing includes all the activities like purchase of fabrics and accessories, processing and finishing of fabrics, sewing and packing of garments, transport and conveyance, shipping, over heads, banking charges and commissions, etc.We must be aware that there are always fluctuations in the costs of raw materials and accessories,charges of knitting, processing, finishing, sewing and packing, charges of transport and conveyance.The method of making costing will vary from style to style. As there are many different styles in garments. Hence let us take men’s basic T-shirt style as example which is in regular use.We have used Indian Rupees as the currency.To find out the costing of a garment, the following things should things be calcuated:
1. Fabric consumption.
2. Gross weight of other components of garment.
3. Fabric cost per kg.
4. Fabric cost per garment.
5. Other charges (print, embroidery, etc).
6. Cost of trims (labels, tags, badges, twill tapes, buttons, bows, etc).
7. CMT charges.
8. Cost of accessories (hangers, inner boards, polybags, cartons, etc).
9. Cost of a garment.
10. Price of a garment.
Consumption of Fabric
The garments manufactured in many sizes to fit for everybody. Generally they are in sizes Small (S),Medium (M), Large (L), Extra large (XL) and Double Extra Large (XXL). The quantity ratio or assortment can be any one of the following approximate ratio.
S: M: L: XL: XXL – 1:2:2:2:1
S: M: L: XL: XXL – 1:2:1:2:1
S: M: L: XL: XXL – 1:2:3:2:2
As the price is the same for all these sizes of garments, let’s take the centre size large(L)for average calculation. Generally, the quantity of L size will be higher or equal to the quantity of each of other sizes.
Men’s Basic T-shirtDescription:
Men’s Basic T-shirt-short sleeves- 100% Cotton 140 GSM Single jersey – 1 x 1 ribs at neck – solid dyed – light, medium and dark colours in equal ratio.Sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL Ratio: 1: 2: 2: 2: 1.
Export carton: 7 ply -120 GSM virgin corrugated – sea worthy. Cartons are to be strapped with 2 nylon straps.
Measurements in cm: (Finished garment)
Size: L
Chest – 60 cm
Length – 78 cm
Sleeve length – 24 cm
Neck rib width – 3 cm Hem – 3 cm
Patterns are generally made with the seam allowance and cutting allowance. Generally, 12 cm is added with the total of body length and sleeve length.
That is,
Fabric consumption
(Body Length + Sleeve Length + Allowance) x (Chest + Allowance) x 2 x GSM
10000
(70 + 24 + 12) * (60 + 3) * 2 * 140 = 187 grams
10000
Body & Sleeves : 187 grams
Neck rib : 10 grams (approximately)
Gross weight : 197 grams
Therefore, the fabric consumption per garment is 197 grams.Gross weight & net weight.The above weight is the gross weight of fabric. It means the weight of the fabric bits cut in tabular form without taking shapes is called gross weight. This is the consumed fabric for the particular garment. Hence costing is to be made as per this gross weight. The weight of the cut pieces after taking the shape according to the pattern is called net weight of fabric.Fabric cost per kg (in Rs) (all charges approximately)
Cost of fabric per kg is calculated and given in
Particulars Light colours Medium colours Dark colours
34’s combed yarn Rs.135.00 Rs.135.00 Rs.135.00
Knitting charge Rs.8.00 Rs.8.00 Rs.8.00
Dyeing charge Rs.35.00 Rs.45.00 Rs.55.00
Compacting charge Rs.6.00 Rs.6.00 Rs.6.00
Fabric wastage @ 5% Rs.9.20 Rs.9.70 Rs.10.70
Fabric cost per kg Rs.193.20 Rs.203.70 Rs.224.70
Fabric consumption per garment 197 gms 197 gms 197 gms
Fabric cost per garment Rs.38.06 Rs.40.13 Rs.44.27
Cost of trims
The accessories which are attached to the garments are called Trims. Let’s take Men’s Basic T-shirts, as example.
Let us see what are the trims required for this style.
Labels: Woven main label (2.5 cm width x 7 cm length): Rs 0.35.
Polyester printed wash care label: Single colour print: Rs 0.10.
Hang tag: Rs 0.40
So the total cost of trims is Rs 0.85 per garment.
Cost of accessories:Polybags: Normal – Rs 0.30 per garment. Master Polybag: Rs 2 per master polybags to contain 8 garments – Rs 0.25 per garment.
Export carton: Normal: Rs 40 per carton to contain 48 garments – Rs 0.80 per garment.
So the total cost of accessories is Rs 1.35 per garment.Garment costing.
Now we at last have to take the step to find out the freight charges for the Men’s Basic T-shirt.
Price of garment estimation is given in Table given below.
Particulars Light colours Medium colours Dark colours
34’s combed yarn Rs.135.00 Rs.135.00 Rs.135.00
Fabric cost per garment Rs.38.06 Rs.40.13 Rs.44.27
Cost of Trims Rs.0.85 Rs.0.85 Rs.0.85
CMT Charges Rs.11.00 Rs.11.00 Rs.11.00
Cost of accessories Rs.1.35 Rs.1.35 Rs.1.35
Rejection of garments(commonly 3%) Rs.1.50 Rs.1.50 Rs.1.50
Cost of Garment Rs.52.76 Rs.54.83 Rs.58.97
Local Transport Rs.1.00 Rs.1.00 Rs.1.00
Profit@15% appro. Rs.7.90 Rs.8.20 Rs.8.90
Commission/ pc Rs.2.00 Rs.2.00 Rs.2.00
Price of Garment Rs.63.66 Rs.66.03 Rs.70.87
Shipping charges
For men’s basic T-shirt, the delivery terms in the buyer enquiry as ‘FOB’. So sea freight charges isnot added. But the local transport with the cost of garment has to be added. Finally, we have to convert the Indian rupee value to USD or Euro
Garment Costing
Costing is a very complex procedure, with set patterns and guidelines followed by the industry, and it is difficult to find out costs for every processas there are some inbuilt costs while costing.Garment costing includes all the activities like purchase of raw materials and accessories, knitting fabrics, processing and finishing of fabrics, sewing and packing of garments, transport and conveyance, shipping, over heads, banking charges and commissions, etc.
Introduction
Costing includes all the activities like purchase of raw materials and accessories, knitting fabrics, processing and finishing of fabrics, sewing and packing of garments, transport and conveyance, shipping, over heads, banking charges and commissions, etc.
To do perfect garment costing, one must know about all these activities thoroughly about their costs, procedures, advantages and risk factors. Also he must know how to solve the problems when occurred and to take suitable alternate decision immediately in time.
We must be aware that there are always fluctuations in the costs of raw materials and accessories, charges of knitting, processing, finishing, sewing and packing, charges of transport and conveyance. Hence we must have update knowledge about the latest prices and charges, latest procedures, methods and quality systems, market prices and availability, transportation (road, sea, air) and freight charges, etc.
We must remember that the quality depends on price; price depends on quality. Each product will have different price according to its quality. We do not manufacture only one quality of garments. Also we manufacture the garments not only for one customer.While we do the garment costing, the customer’s price level, quality & quantity and payment terms, to be taken into consideration.
There are two types of garments, namely woven and knitted garments. Shirt, trouser, sarees, bedspreads, blankets, towels and made ups are woven. T-shirts, sweaters, undergarments, pyjamas andsocks are knits.Costing is the deciding factor for fixing of prices and the important thing to follow in all stages like purchase, production, marketing, sales, etc. Also update knowledge about everything related togarments, is essential to make perfect costing.Costing includes all the activities like purchase of fabrics and accessories, processing and finishingof fabrics, sewing and packing of garments, transport and conveyance, shipping, over heads, bankingcharges and commissions, etc.We must be aware that there are always fluctuations in the costs of raw materials and accessories,charges of knitting, processing, finishing, sewing and packing, charges of transport and conveyance.The method of making costing will vary from style to style. As there are many different styles in garments.
Garment Product costing
How much does it cost to make a garment is something you have to know before you get too far in the process?
It goes without saying, the simplest garments cost less to make. As styling details are added; pockets, fancy seaming, linings and trims etc, the cost of the finished garment will increase labor cost in production. If you have chosen an expensive fabric for one of your designs, it would be wise to keep the details to a minimum. Using expensive fabric and many styling details often makes the finished cost of the garment too high for the market which has been targeted.
Now keep in mind, the cost the garment is information you will need from the factory. A simple formula is used to calculate the cost of the garment and looks like this:
Costs of fabric + trims + labor + business overhead + profit = Garment Cost
This is how a factory will calculate the cost of manufacturing each garment. For you as the small business, your overhead and all of your expenses such as design research, markdown sales losses, brand advertising, promotions, rent, and everything else that goes along with owning and running a business are deducted from the total revenue you generate per garment. After you deduct all of the expenses of running your business from the revenue you generate from the garments you make and sell, you are left with your profit.
The cost of piece goods (fabric) is generally about one-third the initial production cost of a garment. For the small company, the margin and mark-up will be higher than for bigger mass-producing companies that have a lower margin and mark-up percentages due to the volume they manufacture.
Ultimately, the final figures may be a subjective call of what the market will bear.
Costs to Consider
1. Direct cost: Cost of raw material — 66%. Cost of size and chemicals – 4%. Production cost comprising of running the machine, maintenance, power fuel, humidification and other utilities — 8 % and worker wages and salaries — 8% losses incurred due to shrinkage, wastage, grading, and also selling commissions.

2. Indirect cost : Interest on investment, loan, working capital, depreciation, etc. Above 7%, overheads and administrative expenses like travelling, telephone, couriers, legal issues, taxes comprising of 7%.

3. Profit: 10 – 20% depending on the order size. In some companies, 70% of the fabric cost will comprise of direct cost, but in corporate selling only 40% cost of the fabric is direct cost and 60% is overheads.

Costing Essentials
The method of making costing will vary from style to style. As there are many different styles in garments, it is not possible here to discuss about all the styles. Hence let us take some following styles as examples which are in regular use.
1. Men’s Basic T shirts,
2. Men’s Printed Polo shirts,
3. Ladies Night dress,
4. Men’s Pyjamas,
5. Men’s Solid Pique Polo shirts,
6. Ladies yarn striped T shirts (Feeder stripes)
7. Boys yarn striped T shirts (Engineering stripes)
Based on these methods, costings can be made for other styles too. Let us see them in detail now.
To make the garment costing, we have to find out following things.
1. Fabric consumption.
2. Gross weight of other components of garment.
3. Fabric cost per kg.
4. Fabric cost per garment.
5. Other charges (print, embroidery, etc.)
6. Cost of trims (labels, tags, badges, twill tapes, buttons, bows, etc.)
7. CMT charges
8. Cost of accessories (hangers, inner boards, polybags, cartons, etc)
9. Cost of a garment.
10. Price of a garment.

Conclusion
There are set patterns and guidelines followed by the industry. It is difficult to find out costs for every process as there are some inbuilt costs while costing. A larger picture has been taken into account while quoting the cost. Costing depends a lot on quantity and order received. Indirect cost is about 15 – 20%. On top of the cost a profit of 15 – 20% is added. It is not only the cost of the final product that matters, for exports the cost is generally given as FAS, FOB, CIF and LDP.
FAS (Free along Side) means: It is the cost of finished goods plus it includes the delivery of the goods to port, dock, etc. The price does not include loading into the ship, etc, or the shipping or any other charges incurred from that point on.
FOB (Free on Board): It is the cost of finished goods, cost of delivery of the goods to port and loading onto the ship, plane, etc. The cost does not include the shipping or any other costs incurred from that point on.
CIF (Cost Insurance and Freight): It includes the cost of finished goods plus it includes the delivery of the goods to the port, loading on the ship, shipping charges, all applicable insurance fees along the way. The price does not include going through customs or any duties or other costs incurred from that point.
LDP (Landed & Duty Paid): It is the cost of the finished goods, plus it includes the delivery of the goods to port, loading on the ship, shipping charges and the goods brought through the customs with all applicable duties and taxes paid.
Lead time plays an important part in the domestic and export market. Generally for production of greige fabric the lead time is 30 days. Processing time for grey fabric is 15 – 20 days but when the buyer needs something urgently then the above costing parameters sometimes are not significant; It depends on demand and supply.

Fabric Consumption
How to calculate the consumption of fabric for a particular garment?
Introduction
Garment prices are mainly based on the fabric consumption. Hence we must pay more attention to find out the fabric consumption more accurately or closely. It needs sound knowledge and good practical experience to find out the fabric consumption. Let us analyse here how to make this calculation.
As the knitted fabrics are knitted by the circular knitting machines, the fabrics will be in tubular form only. Here we are going to see the garments which are made in 100% Cotton fabrics in tubular form.
To work on the prices exactly, we must have full measurements of the garment. But compulsorily, we must have the measurements of Chest, Body Length and Sleeve Length.
Consumption of fabric
1. Consumption (Kg/ Doz) =
(L + S.L. + AL-01) × (½ C + AL-02) × GSM ×2×12+Wastage%
100 100 1000
L (Length) = HPS (High Point Shoulder
= CBL (Central Back length)
= BL (Body Length)

S.L = Sleeve Length
AL = Allowance
Allowance-01:This is actually sewing allowance in length wise of a garment.
For T-Shirt,
Bottom Hem = 2.5-3 Cm
Shoulder Join = 1.5 Cm
Sleeve Hem = 2.5- 3 Cm
Sleeve Join = 1.5 cm
Sub Total = 9 cm
In Hand = 1 cm
Grand Total =10 cm
Per Cut and Sewn allowance = 2 cm
Note: Pocket, Half moon, double layer bottom hem, and double layer sleeve s/b calculated onlengthwise.
2. Chest Allowance: This is sewing allowance in width wise of garment
a.Side Seam = ½ Chest + 3cm
b.Tube Seam= ½ Chest + 0 cm
c.Per cut and sewn allowance= 2 cm2.
Consumption (Kg/ Doz)= Length in Meter X Width In M X GSM in Kg X 2 X 12 + WastagePercentage
3. Neck Rib # 1×1/1×1 elastane rib circular
Neck Rib Consumption:
Height (Length) = Rib height or rib width or rib depth
Total Height= Rib Height X 2 + Allowance
Width = Neck opening or neck width x 2 + 2 cm (Round)
= Neck opening or neck width x 2 + 5 cm (V-shape)
Picture 01
A=Body Length= 70 cm
B=Sleeve length=25 cm
½ C ==1/2Chest =55 cm
Picture 02
A= Body length 1=15 cm
B=Body Length 2= 15 cm
C= Body Length 3=40 cm
D= ½ Chest=55 cm
A1= Sleeve length1=10 cm
B1= Sleeve Length2=5 cm
C1=Sleeve length3=10 cm
Example:-Calculate the consumption/doz on the basis of 180 GSM, S/J and neck rib gsm 230
For picture 01:
Consumption (Kg/ Doz) =
( 70 + 25 + 10) × ( 55 + 3) × 180 × 2 × 12 + 5 %
100 100 1000
= 2.76 kg/ doz
For picture 02:
Consumption (Kg/ Doz For color A) =
( 15 + 10 + 8) × ( 55 + 3 ) × 180 × 2 × 12 + 5 %
100 100 1000
= 0.86 kg/ doz
Consumption (Kg/ Doz For color B) =
( 15 + 5 + 4) × ( 55 + 3 ) × 180 × 2 × 12 + 5 %
100 100 1000
= 0.63 kg/ doz
Consumption (Kg/ Doz For color C) =
( 40 + 10 + 5) × ( 55 + 3 ) × 180 × 2 × 12 + 5 %
100 100 1000
= 1.44 kg/ doz
Total consumption: 0.86+0.63+1.44 = 2.93 kg/ doz
Neck Rib Consumption:
Width = Neck width x 2 + 2 cm (Round)
= 19X2+2 = 40 cm
Total Height= Rib Height X 2 + Allowance= 2X2 +2=6 cm
2. Consumption (Kg/ Doz) = Length in Meter X Width In M X GSM in Kg X 12 + Wastage
= .06 X .4X.230X12+18%
=.07 kg/ Doz
Note:
Following point s/b considered during marketing cost:
1.Fleece dia is not available.
2.Y/D stripe wastage is huge
Math 02
Question: Fabric Length 100yds width 58 inch (Open) GSM 230, what is fabric weight?
Ans:Fabric weight in Kg = Length (Meter) X Width (Meter) X GSM in Kg
W (Kg) = l x w x GSM= (100 Yds X36 X 2.54)/100 X (58 X 2.54)/100X 230/1000
= 91.44 x 1.4732 x .230
= 30.99 kg
2.Question: Fabric weight 50 kg, Fabric width 40 inch (tube) GSM 180. What is fabric length in meter?
Ans:Fabric weight in Kg = Length (Meter) X Width (Meter) X GSM in KgW (Kg) = l x w x GSM
50 = l x (40x 2.54x 2)/ 100 X 180/1000
L = 136.70 meter
= 136.70 x 1.0937 yds [ 1 meter = 1.0937 yds]
= 149.50 yds
3.Question: Fabric price 2.25 USD/ yds, Width 45 inch open, GSM 200,Consumption 3.20 kg / doz, what is the garment fabric cost for per doz garments?
Ans: W (kg) = L (M) X w (M) X GSM (kg)
= L (M) X (45X2.54)/100 X 200/1000

L (M) = (3.20 X100X 1000) / (45X 2.54 X 200)
= 13.99 (M)
= 13.99 X 1.0937 yds
= 15.30 yds
Fabric cost (Per doz gmt) = Length X Unit price/ yds
= 13.99 (M)
= 15.30 x 2.25
= 34.56 USD / Doz
Piping or Binding or Back Tape:
Cons: Length in M x width in M x GSM in Kg x 12 + allowance (18%)
Length: Neck width x 2 + 2 (R shape)
Width: If width is 1 cm or any unit Pls multiply by 4
Wastage:
Distribution:
1. Sewing wastage = 3%
2. Cutting and Finishing=2%
3. Print Wastage=2-3%
4. Emb. Wastage=2-3%
5. Garment Wash wastage=5% above (Depends on wash type)
Wash types and their wastage
• Garment Normal Wash=2-3%
• Garment Enzyme Wash=3-5%
• Garment Stone Wash= 5-10%
• Garment Pigment dyeing & wash=10-20%
Note: Wastage is variable depending on factory to factory.
Varialble Functions
1. Fabric Consumption
2. Fabric Cost
3. Accessories Cost
4. Print/Embroidery/Washing Charge
5. C.M.
6. Freight (C & F)
7. Payment mode (at sight deferred payment 60days or 90 days or 120 days, TT, Sales Contract)
Fabric Cost Details
Cost of Fibre or Yarn : The cost of the fibre will depend largely on its generic type – cotton, linen, wool, silk, rayon, nylon, polyester, polyester cotton blend etc, and also its quality. The Yarn cost will depend on the count of the yarn — finer the yarn, more expensive it will be. Number of fine filaments used in making the yarn will also affect the cost.
Relation between count and GSM:Count means the thickness of the fabric.The thinner the fabric the better the quality therefore the higher the cost and viceversa. GSM (grams/sq mt) of the fabric. GSM is directly dependent on the EPI and PPI or construction of the fabric and is inversely proportional to the count of the yarn. Relation between GSM and cost is a little complex. For the same variety of the fabric, as the GSM increases the cost increases.When the yarn becomes very fine and there is a variation in picks per inch in the fabric, then the cost of spinning and weaving plays a more important role than the GSM and even when the GSM is similar, the cost of voile fabric with finer yarns and more picks per inch is more.
Weight of the fabric is the weight of warp and weft which can be calculated by the formula below:
Weight of warp in grams/sq mt of fabric = EPI x 0.6 / Count of Warp = A
Weight of weft in grams/sq mt of fabric = PPI x 0.6 / Count of Weft = B
GSM = A+B
Tabular Representation of GSM & Count
A. Single Jersey 1. 30-150 -> 30’s
2. 160-170 -> 26’s
3. 180-200 -> 24’s (210)
4. 220-240 -> 20’s
B. P.K./Lacost/1×1 Rib 1. 150-170 -> 34’s
2. 180-200 -> 30’s
3. 210-225 -> 26’s
4. 230-250 -> 24’s
5. 250-270 -> 20’s
C. 2×1 Rib 1. 220-230 -> 30’s
2. 240-250 -> 26’s
3. 260-280 -> 24’s
D. Interlock 24 G 22 G
1. 40’s -> 220 200
2. 34’s -> 250 230
3. 30’s -> 260 240
4. 26’s -> 275 260
E. S/J with Lycra 5% 1. 150-160 -> 34’s
2. 170-190 -> 30’s
3. 200-210 -> 26’s
4. 220-240 -> 24’s
F. Fleece 1. 250 -> 20,30’s (Ratio 20:80)
2. 300 -> 10, 26’s (Ratio 30:70)

Req.F. GSM Yarn (Basecvc/tc + LoopCotton) Grey G.S.M. From 30″(20GG)
290-300 30’s+10’s 221 73/74″
280 30’s+12’s 212 72/70″
260 34’s+12’s 198 66″
230-240 38’s+5’s
or 40’s+10’s 179 64″
220 40’s+12’s 166 62″
Base 67.5% & Loop 32.5%
Yarn Price:Per Kg in USD
a. P/C or Carded yarn price same
b. CVC or Combed Yarn Price same
c. 5 cost need to add from20’s (as a standard count) for 4 count difference.
Knitting Charges
Type of Fabric Per Kg in USD
Single Jersey – Solid dyed $ 0.17
Single Jersey- with 5%-10% Elastane, Solid dyed $0.63
Single Jersey- with 5%-10% Elastane, Y/D,Feeder stripe $0.88
Single Jersey- with 5%-10% Elastane, Y/D, Engstripe $2.35
Single Jersey – Yarn dyed, Feeder stripe $0.49
Single Jersey – Eng Stripe $2.16
Single Jersey – Single Mercerized, Solid dyed $0.18
Single Jersey – Double Mercerized- Solid dyed $0.18
Single Jersey – Single Mercerized – Engstripe $2.18
Single Jersey – Double Mercerized – Engstripe $2.24
Pique – Solid dyed $0.31
Pique – with 5% Elastane, Solid dyed $0.69
Pique – Yarn dyed, Feeder Stripe $0.59
Pique – with 5% Elastane, Yarn dyed, Feeder stripe $0.69
Pique – Eng Stripe $2.16
Pique – Single Mercerized, Solid dyed $0.34
Pique – Double Mercerized – Eng stripe $2.24
1X1 Rib – Solid dyed $0.31
1X1 Rib/ 2X2 Rib – Yarn dyed, Feeder stripe $0.69
1X1 Rib – with 5% Elastane, Solid dyed $0.69
2X2 Rib – Solid dyed $0.56
2X2 Rib – with 5% Elastane, Solid dyed $0.88
Variable/ Placement Rib – Solid dyed $0.74
Plain Interlock – Solid dyed $0. 41
Plain Interlock – Yarn Dyed $0. 47
Drop Needle Interlock – Solid dyed $0. 46
Jacquard/ interlock(design) – Solid dyed $0.74
Jacquard/ interlock(design) – SingleMercerized $0. 79
Jacquard/ interlock(design) – DoubleMercerized $0.81
Fleece Fabric (French Terry) – Solid dyed $0. 56
Fleece Fabric With Brush – Solid dyed $0.56
Fleece with Elastane (5%) – Solid dyed $0.69
Mini Waffle or Waffle – Solid dyed $0.65
Mélange (Wash Only) Single Jersey $0.16
Mélange (Wash Only) Pique $0.30
Mélange (Wash Only) 1X1 Rib $0.30

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