Pattern nesting is a fairly important stage, usually at the end of the pattern development process. Its purpose is to distribute the patterns on the material as conveniently and efficiently as possible, in order to prevent excessive consumption of fabric and to make the cutting process as convenient as possible.
In the modern world, layouts that used to be done manually and took a lot of time are now done using computer technology. After the final approval of the clothing pattern by the customer, the electronic pattern using CAD. The process of laying out patterns can be carried out automatically and semi-automatically, depending on the settings made. The main task of the designer is only to describe the requirements for the future layout, and wait for the execution.