With all the additional materials needed, such as buttons, zippers, and lining, the leather is sent for stitching and pressing to the sewing department. Patch pockets are sewn onto the side pieces before they are stitched to the back portion. Then the sides are stitched to the back portion, and sleeve underarms are stitched together. After that process is complete, the sleeves are attached to the armholes.
Last, finishing pieces such as collars, cuffs, buttonholes, buttons, zippers, and pockets are placed according to the jacket’s design. Finally, the leather jacket goes through a pressing process that incorporates a heat application and steaming and blocking to complete the transformation of the animal skins into a jacket.