Designing your own clothing can be daunting, especially when you are finally ready to manufacture but don't have an idea where to start! Making apparel is a group effort, so we work with you every single step of the way to ensure that the final product is your dream come to life.
There's nothing more frustrating than brand-new clothing fraying after the first wash. We believe that quality should never be a compromise. No matter what type of design you're looking for, we guarantee durability. We want you to enjoy your new apparel for years to come.
Contact us - Arrange a meeting - Initial ideas -Mood board and trend research - Create tech packs
Fabric source - Pattern making - Pre-production sample - Minimum Quantities - Final Products
What type of garments do you manufacture?
We're equipped to manufacture all kinds of garments for men, women and kids. To suit your specific and customised tastes, we specialize in branding, fabric printing and lot more!
Send me your catalogue so that I can see your items.
We are not a fashion wholesaler and we do not carry any seasonal collections or stock. We're a "made-to-order" private label clothing manufacturer and produce as per given exclusively design and quantity instruction received from our clients. Our confidentiality policy does not allow to sell one client's style to another.
What is your price list?
Our prices are not fixed. We need to know your design detailing, specification (material name / base fabric at least) and total quantity (whatever small or big) which you want us to produce for you; accordingly we will work out the production prices.
What is your minimums / MOQ?
We are flexible. Minimum varies based on style detailing or customization you want on base fabric.
Can you provide custom printed fabric?
We're equipped to provide all kinds of textile printing. All you need to provide the print pattern / design (PDF format). We will first show you a sample / Strike Off, and once you give your approval then we proceed for bulk quantity.
Tech packs are an indispensable tool for the apparel industry in the manufacturing. A Product developer will study the techpack and note down the details and the specification. Now each component inquiry will be cascaded to the concerned department. If there is any clarification needed, PD will get back to the brand and after clarification will forward the techpack to the pattern maker.
We usually have most of the fabrics and trims in our library. However, if the client is looking for any specific material , we source it and the send the photos to the client for approval. If client demands we send the physical sample to review.
A Product developer will have all the details from the concerned departments and will do the costing. We consider the color/size range/ fabric quality/MOQ at the time of quoting to the client. Our aim is to offer the best price to our clients. If our cost doesn't meet Client target price we definitely offer suggestion and ways to achieve the client target price. We then move to make the samples.
We always try to make the first sample/ proto sample in actual fabric quality in any available print or color, So that the client will have clear idea on stuk, fall, drape and fit of the product. Before the sample is dispatched to the client we send the photos to the client and once we get feedback and go ahead we send the samples.
On the receipt of the order, we go trough the PO and send the Performa Invoice to the client.
We send the Lab dips and Print Strike offs in actual fabric along with the accessories to the client for approval.
After the approval we give bulk/ production go ahead to our mills and suppliers.
Pre production sample will be made with actual bulk materials and will be sent to the client for approval. After approval we proceed with production.
We follow the 4 point checking system. We match the colour in electrospectro meter under the light source TL 83, D 65. All the lab daps, bulk fabric also checked in spectrometer. We also check shrinkage, colour fastening of the fabrics.
Our modular cutting table is handled by the very finest cutter to ensure low waste cutting of your styles.
We are equipped with CAD to work on maximum efficiency of fabric thereby reducing waste.
Be it plus size or small baby onesies, Stitchbury is well equipped to meet your requirement.
We are equipped with the latest machines, single needle, double needle, bar taker, overlocks, blind stitch and button attaching machines. The extra thread is cut on the machine itself to provide perfect finishing
All the garments are scanned from inside and outside . Only the pieces with no defect are Passed:-
1. No fabric damage in any fabric/garment.
2. 100% preshrunk of fabrics and trims .
3. No stitching errors.
4. No lose threads.
5. No stains.
6. No printing/Dyeing mistakes.
7. Iron done as per the care instructions
8. Garment measurements within the specified tolerance
Last but not least, we pack each of your garments in a clear bag and all go inside a container.
Stitchbury has it's standard packing. In case any custom packing instruction is there for your brand, we can do that too.
Are you looking for a completely customized apparel solution for your school, corporate or private sporting team? We offer a wide range of custom-made sports apparel garments for all sporting disciplines including Athletics, Rugby, Soccer, Netball, Field Hockey, Volleyball, Equestrian, Tennis, Cricket, Crossfit, Cycling, Fishing, Mixed Martial Arts, Boxing, Kickboxing, Wrestling, Motocross as well as Fitness Apparel such as T-Shirts, Vests, Dresses, Jackets, Tights,Hoodies, Hats and Shorts.
Let’s start with the broad strokes. What exactly is sublimation?
In simple terms, it’s a method of printing that transfers a design into a material or fabric using ink and heat.
In the world of apparel, it’s a game changer in that it allows whole garment prints — designs that go seam-to-seam.
Sublimation printing uses heat to essentially bring ink and fabric together as one.
First, a design is printed onto special paper. The inks that are used turn into gas when brought under heat, then combine with the fabric and permanently print onto the fabric. The effects are permanent and less prone to fading, as the ink is embedded in the fabric or substrate rather than simply laying on top like a normal print.
The heat opens up the pores of the fabric, then with the applied pressure the ink cools and returns to a solid form.
The result is a permanent, full colour image that won’t crack, peel or wash away from the substrate. The process allows the ink to go from a solid to a gas without turning to liquid. The conversion is initiated by heat and controlled by pressure.
This quick and effective digital print method is growing in popularity for smaller batch orders and those designs that rely on the details. Sublimation printing is also known as ‘all over printing’ as it allows you to choose a design that can literally go from seam to seam.
Sublimation printing is only suitable for garments that include polyester (100% polyester or polyester blend). Although sublimation is possible on other materials such as cotton, the image will not be permanent as it is on polyester fabric and it isn’t recommended.
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