How to create your own sweater (Sweater factory)

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Let me tell you the six steps you need to go through to create your own sweater. Write the six necessary information in the Tech pack and forward it to the jumper maker. After receiving the Tech pack, jumper design maker will start quoting and making samples based on your content.
Here are six essential pieces of information

1. you need to prepare sweaters sketch.

Sketch is essential. The sketch requires two pictures, front panel and back panel. It would be better if there is a close up picture. Through sketch, jumper maker can clearly understand the sweater silhouette. Let jumper maker better assist customers in creating your own sweater.

       Sweater dress silhouettes include A-line, V-shape, mini, blowon, trumpet, stream, bell, bouffant, and princess.

       Jumper silhouettes include: cardigan, pullover, vest, scarf. Australian customers like custom graphic knit sweaters and custom scarf very much.

Crew Neck Sweater Design Sketch
Crew Neck Sweater Design Sketch
Cardigan Sweater Design Sketch
Cardigan Sweater Design Sketch

2. Provide reference pictures and knitdown & textile & fabric.

Pictures are worth a thousand words. Please put your favorite kintdown or fabric in the Tech pack. It will help you a lot when create your own sweater. There are some normal fabric here. Such as: plain knit / jersey, full needle, semi-double stitch / half milano, cable, rib, pointelle, Tubular, intarsia, Jacquard.
When custom knit sweater manufacturer see your knitdown, they will have the finished sample ready. You won’t get lost and have no idea where to start making a jumper. We are experienced jumper design makers who can provide immediate feedback through the close up pictures you provide. Improve the efficiency of creating your own sweater and reduce communication costs and time. Allowing you to save more time selling products. Create more profits for you.
It is worth mentioning that Australian customers like to use the professional term knitdown to describe textile. As we all know, Australians like to use jumper to represent sweater. They mean the same thing. We are experienced jumper design makers and we understand all the terms you mentioned. American sweater customers like to use texture and sweater.
Habits are different.

3. design the logo and determine artwork

Each logo is a unique symbol that symbolizes the story behind the brand and its culture. Customizing your logo and using the correct artwork becomes extremely important. Please provide the height and width data of the logo.

If the logo is small, we will recommend using embroidery, print, art work for custom jumpers. Custom embroidered jumper is only suitable for small logos. Because embroidery will make the logo area hard and uncomfortable when in contact with the skin. When custom printed jumper, the printing on the sweater is often washed and worn for a long time, which will cause the printing to easily fall off.

If the logo is large, we will recommend intarsia, Jacquard, and art work for custom jumpers. High-end luxury goods like to use intarsia craftsmanship to add logos. graphic knit sweaters feel very soft, close-fitting and comfortable.

4. Size chart and quantities per size

Pls provide size table and quantity of each size. The purpose of this is to let the custom knit sweater manufacturer know the weight of the jumper. Estimate the cost of yarn usage. Let customers know preliminary prices. We also need the measurement method for each jumper part. Let me teach you how to measure a sweater

  1. front length, back length (from HSP ), center back length ( CB length ), CF length.
  2. sleeve length (from CB, HSP, SP), underarm sleeve length, sleeve opening closed.
  3. across front / across back.
  4. collar width/ height/ point/ spread, front neck drop/ back neck drop, neck width.
  5. shoulder width / across shoulder, shoulder slope.
  6. armhole ( straight / curved ), biceps , muscle, armhole depth.
  7. chest, bust (1 ” below armhole ).
  8. waist, hip, thigh, knee, calf, leg opening.
  9. bottom hem height, bottom opening , hem, sweep.
  10. 10.front rise / back rise, front crotch/ back crotch.
  11. inseam length, out seam length, side seam length.
  12. bottom (relaxed or stretched / extended).
  13. hood (height/ width) , pocket width/ opening/ depth /position, zipper length.

The picture shows the size table and measurement methods.

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