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- I want to launch a line, so how do I start?
- How do I know if my idea is feasible?
- How do I find a good sewing contractor?
- What's the best way to approach a store?
- How many pieces should be in my collection?
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Hi Everyone, Just a quick update that the Manufacturing Tour is baaaaack! We sold out all four tours last spring and we are only offering 2 tours for the rest of 2012. Two dates available: Monday, September 24, 2012: Sold …
“I’m drowning in QC! What can I do?” -Bobbi, Canada Today we answer a question from a reader who is fed up with Quality Control problems. I feel your pain, Bobbi. I’ve been there! I solicited my friend, colleague, and …
A designer asked me for a few quick tips for his first experience working with a sewing contractor. While there’s a ton more to say (and I cover it in the New Designer Program) I think this is pretty good …
5 Hours. 11 Designers. 4 Factories. 2 Consultants. 40 Tacos Wednesday was the debut of a new chapter of my consulting life – helping fashion designers find specific sewing contractors for their apparel and (sewn products) accessories. I was the …
Q: Should my pattern maker and sewing contractor be in the same company? A: When you launch a fashion product, it’s hard to know where to start. This video gives you some tips about working with your pattern maker and …
If you have styles that you didn’t sell for Fall/Winter and you’re reluctant to part with them, my question is WHY? Do you think they will somehow become best-sellers next season if they weren’t last season? You know they won’t …
Jane Hamill will interview NY production guru Boaz David on September 27th Free Webinar Tuesday, September 27th, 1 PM EDT REGISTER HERE What you’ll learn: How to make the manufacturing process less STRESSFUL What to look for in a contractor …