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Take your apparel to the next level

We’ve built a complete cut & sew operation at our print shop, allowing quicker turns and lower minimums. Let’s design your next truly custom project.

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 CUT & SEW

Take your apparel to the next level

We’ve built a complete cut & sew operation at our print shop, allowing quicker turns and lower minimums. Let’s design your next truly custom project.

Private Labeling
Custom labels are a great add on to give your apparel a private label vibe. Since we sew in-house, we can add your label anywhere you want.

Quick turns, low quantity
Since we sew here in the US, your project can be turned quickly with low minimums. We have top of the line equipment and an amazing crew to create your project with speed and quality.

In-house cut & sew
We’ve built a complete cut & sew operation at our UT print shop, allowing quicker turns and lower minimums. Let’s design and sample your next truly custom project.

Put a pocket on it
Any pattern, any design, any color.
The possibilities are endless.

Upgrade your hoodie
with custom hood liners

Crank up the design and branding options on your sweatshirt with a hood liner printed and sewn in just for you. With our in-house cut & sew team we can take almost any blank hoody brand and turn it into a blankin’ awesome piece that looks super retail without having to order a ton and go overseas.

Custom Totes
This fully custom tote with natural 10oz duck canvas offers edge to edge screen printing to maximize every square inch of decoration capabilities.

Why Add a Woven Label

Be Retail-esque
Adding a label brings up the perceived value of your piece and gives your swag a more retail vibe.

One Label, Many Items
Labels can be placed in a myriad of locations to best suite your specific item. And best of all they can be used on different items to unify your line.

Good Value
The beauty of labels is that they don’t cost a whole lot, yet still provide a subtle but powerful brand pop.


Label Types

Loop Label

This style loops around an edge of the garment, making it easier to see both sides of the label.

End Fold

Provides a more polished look where the ends won’t curl over time.

Straight Cut

Often used for size and care instructions inside the neck, or for pops of branding on the outside of the garment.

Die Cut

Allows you to create a unique label shape that matches your brand or design aesthetic.

Mitre Fold

Used to create a loop in the label, often for sizing or private labeling inside the neck.


Common Label Locations

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