Industrial Sewer

Industrial Sewers commonly work in large factories, surrounded by other people who also use sewing machines. A typical workday starts when they’re given patterns and a large amount of cloth. They cut the cloth and then sew it together according to the patterns. Afterwards, they inspect the final product, making sure it’s straight, matches the pattern, and contains no defects. Sewers may also sew the company’s tag on the item and put it in a box for shipping. They do all of this work incredibly quickly.

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