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Pattern Cutting Services

What is Pattern Cutting ?

The process of creating a paper or cardboard template that can be used to create a garment or textile item .

The pattern cutter uses measurements and design specifications to create a pattern that can be used to cut fabric pieces that will be sewn together to create the final product .

This process is a crucial step in the clothing and textile manufacturing process .



A pattern cutter is responsible for taking design briefs and turning them into physical patterns for garments and textiles .

They must possess creativity, attention to detail, and the ability to work efficiently as part of a team .

They also need to understand the design style and technical requirements of the final product and make sure the patterns reflect those specifications .

What are the Benefits of Pattern Cutting?


With pattern cutting, it’s possible to create unique designs and styles, so that each garment or textile item produced can be customized to specific needs .


By creating accurate patterns, the manufacturing process can be streamlined, reducing the need for additional materials and labor.

High-Quality Control

By creating accurate patterns, pattern cutters can ensure that the final product meets the design specifications, improving the overall quality of the garment or textile item.


Pattern cutting ensures that all garments or textile items produced using the same pattern will be the same size and shape, improving the overall consistency .

Enables Mass Production

Pattern cutting allows for the creation of multiple copies of the same pattern, enabling mass production of garments or textile items .


Pattern cutting allows for a more efficient use of fabric, as the pattern cutter can create a template that maximizes the use of fabric and minimizes waste .

Where Do We Do the Pattern Cutting?

Our experienced team of pattern cutters and graders with over 30 years of experience in the field. We do all of the pattern  cutting in our studio in London. . To ensure the cut of the garment is to the U.K. spec. We will do a toile in our factory in London to check if the garment is ok before sending the pattern to be sampled in our factories overseas. We then digitize the pattern in house and send it. We use our expertise in all styles of pattern cutting to make sure the pattern is correct and we recommend you try the toile on someone before we then digitize the pattern. This will guarantee the correct fit. That’s why it’s good to have a studio and factory in London so we check before work I started overseas .

How Do We Create Patterns

There are several steps involved in creating patterns for clothing items. The process may vary depending on the specific design and materials being used, but generally includes the following steps:

  1. Interpret the design brief: The pattern cutter will review the design brief, which includes information on the style, fit, and technical specifications of the final product.
  2. Create a block pattern: A block pattern is a basic pattern that forms the foundation for the final design. It includes the basic shape and measurements of the garment or textile item.
  3. Add design elements: Using the block pattern as a starting point, the pattern cutter will add design elements, such as darts, pleats, and seams, to create the final pattern.
  4. Make adjustments: The pattern cutter will make any necessary adjustments to the pattern to ensure that it meets the design specifications and fits correctly.
  5. Create a test garment: A test garment is made using the final pattern, it can be used to test the fit and design of the pattern before mass production.
  6. Finalize the pattern: Once the pattern has been approved, it can be used to create multiple copies for mass production.
  7. Grading: It is the process of adjusting the pattern to create different sizes and it may be done using software or by hand.
  8. Marking: It is the process of adding symbols and instructions to the pattern to indicate where to cut, sew and finish the garment.


Creating the final sample, this will be the final product that will be used to check the final product against the original design brief.

Our Services

  • Expertise from highly skilled and experienced professional pattern cutters
  • Assistance and supervision from a dedicated fashion designer
  • Innovative and unique pattern cutting solutions
  • Regular pattern inspection as part of our standard service
  • Quick turnaround times.
  • Special pricing for pattern creation for entire collections


Our clothing manufacturer provides industry-standard minimum order quantities (MOQ). The minimum required order amount varies per design and can be as low as 50 units for casual wear, depending on the design. We cater to both big and small brands and our facilities allow us to offer a complete manufacturing service, from designing prototypes to full-scale production.
Our factories are strategically located around the world like in Vietnam, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Morocco, enabling us to provide high-quality items at an affordable cost. If you're interested in learning more about the production location of your items, please don't hesitate to reach out to us. We would be glad to assist you. We make sure to deliver large orders from Turkey, China and small to medium orders from India.
To initiate a quote request, simply reach out to us via email (found at the top of our website), through the contact form on the "Contact" page, or by phone (+44 7899 491932). We'll require some details about the garments you want to manufacture, so providing information on colors, designs, and quantities would be helpful.
The materials for your products are sourced ethically from trusted suppliers. During the design process, we consider your specifications for durability, luxury, and feel, and select the most appropriate materials to match your needs.

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