Your million-dollar apparel design deserves to be treated like royalty.
Our cut and sew services are what dreams are made of. If you’re looking for a custom apparel partner that offers you more artistic freedom, we’re the people to talk to.
When you work with us, we’ll offer you full creative control of your apparel designs. You can trust us to bring your one-of-a-kind vision to life.
How does cut and sew work?
Cut and sew is a design process in which you print a garment before it is manufactured. This might sound backwards, but it actually gives you more customization options.
The cut and sew process begins when you request a quote and send us your vector artwork. We’ll produce your garment from scratch based on the information we gather in the pre-production phase.
Finally, we’ll deliver your cut and sew apparel and “WOW” you with the results.
Is cut and sew right for your project?
Only you can decide, but we’ll share our expert advice to make your choice easier. Let’s take a look at the advantages and disadvantages of the cut and sew approach:
What are the benefits of cut and sew?
You have creative control over your garment patterns.
Cut and sew is exactly what it sounds like. Your custom apparel will be created from “raw” fabric instead of being printed on a ready-made shirt. Alternatively, cut and sew can mean modifying an existing garment to add new details, like pockets.
With cut and sew, your imagination is the limit—and that’s why it’s one of our most popular services for brands that want to make a splash with their innovative ideas.
Cut and sew garments stand out from the pack.
With cut and sew, you’re creating a product that is unique to you and your brand. This will help you stand out from the competition, which is essential in today’s crowded marketplace.
Plus, cut and sew garments tend to be higher quality than printed apparel. Since cut and sew is a more labor-intensive process, you can be sure that your custom apparel will last longer and look better than printed shirts.
You can charge more for cut and sew apparel.
If you create a unique product through our cut and sew process, you may be able to charge a premium price and generate higher profits from your custom apparel. People are often willing to pay more for a product that is truly different and innovative.
You have the best cut and sew professionals right in front of you.
When you begin any cut and sew project, you want to make sure you have people who know what they’re doing on your team. With Scrappy Apparel, you’re in good hands. Our cut and sew professionals have years of experience and have worked with some big names. We’re confident we can bring your ideas to fruition.
What are the disadvantages of cut and sew?
The production process for cut and sew clothing is more complex and time-consuming than the process for ready-made garments, so it generally costs more.
If you’re working with a tight budget, there may be better options for you than cut and sew. However, if you’re willing to invest in a completely customized product, cut and sew is the way to go.
It takes longer to create cut and sew garments.
Our cut and sew process is designed to eliminate the margin of error and ensure your completed garments look exactly as you imagined they would.
Since each cut and sew garment is created from scratch, it takes more time to create the custom apparel from start to finish. If you need your garments ASAP, cut and sew might not be the right choice for you.
The process might be called cut and sew, but you absolutely cannot cut any corners with it.
Cut and sew is a delicate technique that requires an expert touch. If you cut corners, the quality and appearance of your apparel will suffer. That’s why it’s so crucial to choose a custom apparel partner that can go above and beyond your expectations. Think of your cut and sew project as an investment, not a cost.
So, what’s the verdict?
If you’re looking for creative control, pristine quality, and made-from-scratch custom apparel, cut and sew could be the right choice for you. Let’s talk!
Sublimation printing is a popular technique to use with cut and sew manufacturing.
These custom apparel approaches are best friends. Here’s why:
First, let’s recap what all-over sublimation printing is:
Sublimation is a popular printing technique to use with cut and sew manufacturing because it allows for full-color designs that reach from one end of the garment to the other.
It’s also a great way to print complex graphics or photos onto fabric. The sublimation process uses heat to transfer dye onto the fabric, so the design becomes a part of the garment. This results in a luxurious, long-lasting print that won’t crack or fade over time.
How cut and sew sublimation works
In this service, the all-over sublimation process is similar to the traditional production method, but we complete the printing of the garment before it is assembled.
The cut and sew process eliminates the potential for any blurring, creasing, or smudging. You can also choose to keep certain parts of the garment solid, separating those sections from the sublimated parts.
Want pockets, embroidered areas, or other decorations? We have you covered with cut and sew sublimation.
Limits are meant to be broken.
Most online custom apparel companies will not give you much creative control over your finished products.
Why choose a custom apparel partner that will keep your creativity inside the box? When you work with Scrappy Apparel, you can rest assured that your cut and sew project will be handled with the utmost care and attention to detail.
We’re here to take your brand to the next level.
Get in touch with us today to learn more about how we can help you create custom apparel that is truly one-of-a-kind.