We can help you develop patterns even from simple sketches; or, if you have already started, we can help you amend your patterns.
Once the patterns are ready we can make a toile in calico so that the fit can be checked. As soon as the desired fit is achieved the sample can be made in the fabric of your choice.
Once you have the patterns, toile and all the fabrics and trimmings ready we can produce a high quality sample for you. When it comes to exhibiting your design to the public or to buyers, the design and fit obviously play crucial roles, but so too does the quality of the sample.
A high quality finish will moreover illustrate to buyers the high standards they can expect from the production run.
Normally your patterns will be developed in size 8 or size 10, as will the sample. But if you are going to have a production run you will need your patterns to be graded.
We can grade any style to whatever sizes you need. In order to do this we will need you to provide us with patterns in the available size(s) and a list of sizes you wish to grade to.
PRODUCTION RUN – FULL CMT
We will provide a various amount of benefits including but not limited to :
- recommend on how the product should look
- best way to make it
- reflect your vision in CAD drawing’s (part of the techpack)
- provide both online and in person consultancy
- the best material to use for that product
- which fabric supplier to use
When a sample is finished, the fabric type, garment proportions, and construction details are usually assessed. However, in order to judge comfort, beauty, and, most crucially, fit, the garment must be tried on a model.
A fit session is a meeting between the design and technical teams where they assess the fit of a collection. Fit samples (samples sent from the factory at various stages of development to assess the fit) are sent from the factory.
GARMENT SPEC SHEET
You would usually be able to complete the initial version of the garment spec sheet once your pattern is ready and a measurement table is a part of a tech pack where a designer communicates technical guidelines and requirements to the manufacturer on how to construct the garment. So what does a garment spec sheet contain and how to prepare it right? Let’s dive deep into the details.
Our designers work with businesses of all sizes, from start-ups to established businesses that lack a design team.
Our designers work with organisations of all sizes, from start-ups to established companies without an in-house design staff. We like the challenge of turning your concepts into designs and technical products that are consistent with your brand’s image.