Explore our clothing customisation options
If you’re looking to start a clothing line, you will have ideas about the garments you’re looking to produce; individuality is at the centre of your brand. Designs reflect your brand ethos or target market, so you will certainly want to make the designs your own and recognisable to your customers. Our service ensures that small brands have access to the same level of customisation as larger brands.
Patches are a versatile alternative to traditional embroidery, and offer a unique way of displaying your logo, brand name or artwork. The implementation of custom patches are cost effective and can be offered at low minimum order quantities, fully customised to your specifications.
Embroidery is the term used to describe the branding of garments with a needle and thread. A machine based process, a logo is first digitised into a file which can be understood by the machine before the needle and thread automatically creates the design. Complex embroidery can present technical limitations, and we are happy to review your artwork should you have concerns.
Fit & dimensions
In clothing design, a “pattern” refers to a set of dimensions which is used to construct a garment. A trained pattern cutter draws a paper template, referred to as the master pattern, which is kept on record. The master pattern is laid onto fabric before the individual panels are cut out and assembled.
Pantone colour matching
We source fabric in its raw, unwashed and uncoloured form which means that it can be dyed to match your exact requirements. At Hawthorn we use the Pantone system, which is a standardised, code based system used in many industries. Using Pantone codes, we can control the exact measures of dye and achieve consistent, reliable colour matching.