3 signature 100% premium long-staple cotton fabrics all knit, dyed, and finished in Los Angeles - using a process specifically formulated to remove as much shrink and torque as possible before your t-shirts are cut and sewn.
We have modified our production process to maximize consistency and minimize the potential shrink and torque in your t-shirts.
With our 100% cotton fabrics, we use a process called block dye to minimize the amount of tension present in the fabric, allowing us to remove the maximum amount of shrink from our fabric during the dye process, before your shirts are cut & sewn. When the fabric shrinks to its maximum potential, usually it does so differently length-wise from width-wise. Because of this, the fabric becomes skewed from one side to the other. We pay careful attention to this skew during the cutting process, making sure your garment is cut exactly as it should be.
Bottom line: We shrink our fabric as much as we possibly can before we make your t-shirts - so you won’t have to worry when it comes to laundry day.
Rolls of fabric received from local mill
Our mills have industry low allowable rates of shrinkage to begin our process.
Fabric rolls are spread and cut into blocks
Fabric blocks are washed, dyed and prepared for production.
Maximum shrinkage occurs in dye process due to reduction in tension from cutting fabric into blocks
Fabric blocks carefully re-rolled and stored as production ready fabric.
Your shirts are cut & sewn with a perfect fit, every time.
Any resulting torque in fabric blocks is corrected for during cutting process, and doesn’t end up in your shirts.