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Custom dye sublimated garments are still sewn together from basic components such as the front and back body panels, sleeves and shoulders but the design detail is all dyed into the fabric as opposed to each color block, stripe or other element being a separate sewn-in piece of fabric.
n our second post of this series, we will discuss the various construction methods and trim options used in the manufacturing of athletic uniforms and apparel.
One of the most common questions that people ask us is "what kind of fabric is it?" Fabrics for athletic uniforms have evolved over the past 30 years as technology has advanced. In the early days, uniforms were wool, cotton or flannel…