Blades of Aloha (HD)
It takes about a day and a half to lay out fabric onto a cutting table one layer at a time. Since demand is high for Hawaiian shirts, manufacturers usually lay the most fabric per cutting. In this case, there are 340 layers of fabric, which the electric knife cuts through like butter. One little mistake, however, can render the entire batch useless so skill and experience are very important. After a few hours of cutting, all the shirt parts are bundled separately and sent out to be sewn into completed shirts.