industrial sewing machine will help because you wont be restricted as much to what you can sew, but for starting off you cant go wrong with a cheap one just to learn the basics. Buy a bunch of muslin which is cheap fabric people use to make prototypes. Also look to see if there are any sewing studios in your city, they probably offer classes and pay an hourly rate to use a proper sewing machine with alot of different functions. Thats what i do with my work and the people working at the studio are always helping me out if i have any problems with something.do you need like some industrial strength sewing machine. or will some cheap ones due.Honestly cutnsew isn't that hard to learn, it's hard to perfect but not to learn. If you wanna learn to make button downs or pants or a jacket or something just buy a few patterns, get some cheap fabric and make them. Over time you won't even need that pattern and you can get better quality materials. I'm actually in that process myself. I'm really into shorts so I'm trying to perfect making shorts and hoping to release some soon.Id like to do a cut and sew brand that's very limited, does custom orders and does everything by hand including (hand sulfur dying, sewing, cutting and everything). custom packaging and all. Prices would be high but not too high. maybe 250$ for a jacket 120$ for a button down. Anyone have tips on learning techniques needed to accomplish this? and i know it takes an extreme amount of skill and time
Couple pieces from our latest drop..
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Too many different styles in such a small amount of clothing, plus the last hat, is it just me or does it seem like the lower right side of the triangle is off or a little crooked?