Our in-house Fabric Development
Designers in your team conceptualize and create fabric design concepts using digital tools or traditional methods like sketching.
Choose the base fabric material considering factors like texture, weight, and intended use of the final product.
Color and Pattern
Finalize the color palette and patterns that will be incorporated into the fabric. This may involve digital manipulation, hand painting, or other techniques.
Digitization and CAD
Convert hand-drawn designs into digital format using computer-aided design (CAD) software for precision and easy manipulation.
Create initial fabric samples to test the design, colors, and patterns on a small scale. Adjustments may be needed based on the sample outcomes.
Printing or Weaving
Depending on the design and your factory’s capabilities, proceed with either fabric printing (if patterns are intricate) or weaving (for more complex designs).
Ensure that the printed or woven fabric matches the desired color and pattern specifications accurately.
Thoroughly inspect the fabric for any defects, inconsistencies, or deviations from the design during and after the production process.
Test the fabric for durability, colorfastness, shrinkage, and other relevant factors to ensure it meets quality standards.
Feedback and Adjustments
Gather feedback from the clients or potential customers. Make any necessary adjustments based on the feedback.
Once the fabric meets all quality and design standards according to the client, it receives final approval for production.
Maintain detailed records of the design, color formulas, patterns, and production specifications for future reference.