Apparel Findings

John Howard Company  offers quality Apparel finding.  Apparel findings refer to the various small components or accessories used in the manufacture and design of garments and other textile products. These are typically not visible in the finished product but are essential for the overall function and aesthetics of the garment.

Some examples of apparel findings include buttons, zippers, snaps, hooks and eyes, buckles, elastic, ribbons, lace, bias tape, thread, and interlining. Other findings include labels, tags, and packaging materials.

Apparel findings are often made from a variety of materials, such as metal, plastic, rubber, or natural fibers, and come in a range of sizes, shapes, and colors to suit different styles and purposes. They play a crucial role in ensuring the quality, durability, and functionality of the garment or textile product, and also contribute to its overall design and aesthetic appeal.


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