02. Sample Development

For the past few quarters, we have been collaborating with some of the top designers and fashion brands in the industry to create unique collections for each season. From vibrant prints and colors to sophisticated and elegant silhouettes, our goal is to offer a wide range of styles that. Our clothing pattern maker can make products for you based on your design draft, completed technical package, or any reference clothing you provide to make samples for you.

Timetable for Your Sample Development

Make pattern
3 Working Days
Prepare Fabric
3 Working Days
Printing or Embroidery
5 Working Days
2 Working Days

How We Made Your Samples

Project Discussion

our team of experts will be with you every step of the way to turn your ideas into reality. We will advise on the best methods of fabrication and printing, creating technical drawings and "tech packs" to bring your designs to life. With our industry-leading knowledge and experience, we ensure that all aspects of production are taken into account.

Fabrics & Trims Sourcing

We collaborate with a variety of local fabric producers to provide a wide range of fabrics, trims, fasteners, zippers and buttons for your designs. Fabric customizations, dyeing, trimming, and notions are also available.

Pattern & Sewing

Our clothing pattern maker and skilled staff use high-speed technology to produce one sample. Every detail is always corrected and tracked, even the tiniest details, as we strive to make near-perfect samples.

QC of Samples

Once samples are created, our product development team will inspect them for uniformity and whether they meet the standards to be sent out. In addition, we will send you videos of the products before shipping and make any necessary adjustments if there are any issues.

*The bulk order price will update after the sample is approved. Here are 4 factors that could lead to a different price:

  1. Order Quantity— The minimum order quantity (MOQ) is 300 units.
  2. Size/Color Quantities— A minimum of 100 pieces each color is necessary, having too many sizes may result in an increase of costs.
  3. Textile/Fabric composition— Different fabrics cost different prices. The price of the finished product will vary depending on the fabric used.
  4. Quality of Products — The more complicated the design on a piece of clothing, the more it costs. This includes stitching, accessories, and buttons.

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How to start your clothing business?

  • What type of manufacturing solution works best for your clothing line? You can choose between custom clothing development, private label, or ready design.
  • Do you have a rough design concept in mind but are not sure how to make it perfect?
  • What are the key processes involved in making a design to reality?
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