Find Your Fabric: Sourcing the Right Textiles for Your Brand Premium class

Dallas Daws, Founder + Designer | Dallas Daws Designs

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5 Videos (13m)
    • Class Overview

      2:04
    • Quality Perceived

      1:43
    • Fabrics and Quality

      3:39
    • Fabric Sourcing

      4:28
    • Final Thoughts

      0:51

About This Class

Dallas Daws is the founder and designer for clothing company, Dallas Daws Designs. Within the company that began as a side project, Dallas has developed a cohesive brand with a defined aesthetic. She works as a one-woman show, which has given her opportunity to refine her knowledge in fabric selection.

During this class, Dallas will take you through her fabric selection process. You will learn options for fabric sourcing, companies that she has worked with offering low minimums, and finally a step-by-step process on how to choose fabric that resonates with your brand.

Whether you already have an apparel company, or are looking to start one, you should end the class with a clear understanding of how fabric selection is tied into every aspect of your business.

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Dallas Daws

Founder + Designer | Dallas Daws Designs

Dallas Daws Designs seeks to bring unique, quality apparel on a made-to-order basis. Careful thought goes into every step of the process from selecting quality fabric, hand-dyeing, creating flattering designs and constructing beautiful pieces.

We wish to join the movement for slow-fashion purchasing habits by emphasizing quality over quantity. Each piece is meant to be worn year round as a staple in your closet. Our pieces are easy to dress up or down, and they work well together or on their own.

Each piece is designed and manufactured in the US, with fabric from all over the world. Limited run and low quantity items ensure that you are receiving a piece that is unique, not overproduced.