We don’t have automatic cutting machines. We cut all our fabric by hand. The way to cut fabric depends on the fabric. Knit fabric cuts d...
The way to cut fabric depends on the fabric. Knit fabric cuts differently than woven fabric. Pique fabric, for example, is one of our most popular fabrics that customers request. It stretches and therefore needs to be relaxed prior to cutting. We tape the marker to the layers of fabric to prevent the marker from shifting during cutting. We try to be a reliable Pique fabric source in Vietnam by using good cutting techniques.
Once the fabric is knitted and died and delivered to our factory we have to relax it and lay it out on the tables for cutting. We layer the fabric 40 to 100 layers high so that when we cut one time we’re cutting 40 pieces. After the fabric is cut, it is bundled into groups. Then those bundles have to be closely monitored and kept together so we do not mix dye batches get differences in color shading. This is what makes us a reliable pique fabric source in Vietnam.
In this video we show examples: you see a shoulder panel and a front chest panel. They are all kept together so there is no mixing of dye batches.
We make polo shirts and casual dresses using many types of circular knitted fabrics. Our most popular is pique fabric. We are an experienced pique fabric source in Vietnam.