Clothing Customisation Options

If you’re looking to start a clothing line, it’s almost guaranteed that you will have some ideas about the kinds of garments you’re looking to produce. Usually they will be centred around your brand ethos or your target market, but you will certainly want to make the designs your own and instantly recognisable to your customers We understand that individuality is at the centre of your brand and because of this we offer a range of customisation options including, but not limited to the following:


Custom Hardware

In the world of custom clothing, the devil is in the detail. Once reserved for large brands, custom buttons and other hardware like rivets and zips can help to elevate the status of a garment. From laser engraving to die cast buttons, we can offer custom hardware at our industry leading minimum order quantities.

Fit

In clothing design, a “pattern” refers to a set of dimensions which is used to construct a garment. A trained pattern cutter draws a paper template, referred to as the master pattern, which is kept on record. The master pattern is laid onto fabric before the individual panels are cut out and assembled. The pattern determines whether an item will be slim fit, regular fit, etc. Our technical team are well versed in creating bespoke patterns for slim fit, regular fit, oversized and drop shoulder.



Printing

We offer a vast range of printing methods, most commonly screen printing. Using a layered stencil system through which ink is pressed, screen printing gives a unique and slightly raised finish. Modern techniques like digital printing are used to create results which are too complex for screen printing.
There are many different printing methods available and if you’re unsure as to what would be suitable for your artwork or garments please do get in touch and we will be happy to advise.

Colour Matched Fabric

Clothing Customisation Options We source fabric in its raw, unwashed and uncoloured form which means that it can be dyed to match your exact requirements. At Hawthorn we use the Pantone colour system which is based on codes. This means we can control the exact measures of dye, resulting in an consistent and reliable colour match every time.



Embroidery

Embroidery is the term used to describe branding garments with a needle and thread. Embroidery is a machine based process, where a logo is digitised in to a file which can be understood by the machine before a needle and thread automatically creates the design. This means there can be some limitations when it comes to size and complexity but we will always advise if we have any concern about your logo.

Distressing

Distressing is achieved by applying surface treatments to the fabric which make it look like it has been worn; commonly ripping, tearing and scuffing. For some it may seem unnatural to produce new items which are already worn out, but in the ever changing world of fashion it is a very popular way for brands to create unique items. Jeans are commonly distressed however some brands also distress casual wear like hoodies and tee shirts.

Clothing Customisation Options

If you’re looking to start a clothing line, it’s almost guaranteed that you will have some ideas about the kinds of garments you’re looking to produce. Usually they will be centred around your brand ethos or your target market, but you will certainly want to make the designs your own and instantly recognisable to your customers We understand that individuality is at the centre of your brand and because of this we offer a range of customisation options including, but not limited to the following:


Custom Hardware

In the world of custom clothing, the devil is in the detail. Once reserved for large brands, custom buttons and other hardware like rivets and zips can help to elevate the status of a garment. From laser engraving to die cast buttons, we can offer custom hardware at our industry leading minimum order quantities.

Fit

In clothing design, a “pattern” refers to a set of dimensions which is used to construct a garment. A trained pattern cutter draws a paper template, referred to as the master pattern, which is kept on record. The master pattern is laid onto fabric before the individual panels are cut out and assembled. The pattern determines whether an item will be slim fit, regular fit, etc. Our technical team are well versed in creating bespoke patterns for slim fit, regular fit, oversized and drop shoulder.



Printing

We offer a vast range of printing methods, most commonly screen printing. Using a layered stencil system through which ink is pressed, screen printing gives a unique and slightly raised finish. Modern techniques like digital printing are used to create results which are too complex for screen printing.
There are many different printing methods available and if you’re unsure as to what would be suitable for your artwork or garments please do get in touch and we will be happy to advise.

Colour Matched Fabric

Clothing Customisation Options We source fabric in its raw, unwashed and uncoloured form which means that it can be dyed to match your exact requirements. At Hawthorn we use the Pantone colour system which is based on codes. This means we can control the exact measures of dye, resulting in an consistent and reliable colour match every time.



Embroidery

Embroidery is the term used to describe branding garments with a needle and thread. Embroidery is a machine based process, where a logo is digitised in to a file which can be understood by the machine before a needle and thread automatically creates the design. This means there can be some limitations when it comes to size and complexity but we will always advise if we have any concern about your logo.

Distressing

Distressing is achieved by applying surface treatments to the fabric which make it look like it has been worn; commonly ripping, tearing and scuffing. For some it may seem unnatural to produce new items which are already worn out, but in the ever changing world of fashion it is a very popular way for brands to create unique items. Jeans are commonly distressed however some brands also distress casual wear like hoodies and tee shirts.

MIARMA CORPORATION

We are also deals in Leather Goods including Pure and Natural Leather Skins and Leather Gloves.

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