Apparel Marker Making is the process of placing pattern pieces as close as possible to create a "tight" marker that prevents the waste of fabric and allows for easier cutting. Fabric is one of a manufacturer's most significant business costs, often exceeding the cost of labor. Marker Making can be a daunting process. Not only does the maker have to place patterns optimally to reduce as much fabric as possible but also take into consideration for patterns that involve limitations, such as fabrics and design requirements that include plaid matching or mitered corners.
Our employees are required to have years of marker making experience in order to carefully create the most cost-efficient markers for our clients. Each marker is reviewed after completion for accuracy, before being submitted for cutting.