Hours of Operation:

Administrative Offices: Monday - Friday 9 am - 5 pm EST

Manufacturing Facility: 24 hours a day/7 days a week

Faché Apparel Manufacturing

First Black-Owned & Operated Full Service Apparel Manufacturer in the United States

We specialize in manufacturing fashion brands for aspiring designers as well as small businesses. We realize that starting your own brand can be a very emotional, complex, and a timely process.  Here at Fache’ we welcome all Ideas. There are many considerations and many questions one may have. Please see our FAQs for commonly asked questions. In order to insure we give our customers the time and attention necessary for success, we ask that you check this page before contacting us. We look forward to working with you.

Embroidery

Embroidery is the craft of decorating fabric or other materials using a needle to apply thread or yarn. 

Heat Press Transfer

A machine engineered to imprint a design or graphic on a substrate, such as a T-shirt, with the application of heat and pressure for a preset period of time.

Dye Sublimation

Dye-sublimation is the process of printing on all things polyester. It’s a printing technology that uses heat transfer to apply an image to the intended substrate such as plastic, card, paper, or fabric.

Embellishment

Textile embellishment refers to the process of adding color, pattern, texture, rhinestones or design to fabric with outside mediums such as thread, ribbon, sequins, yarns, buttons, buttonholes and more.

DTG (direct to garment)

DTG (direct to garment) printing is the process of printing on fabrics or textiles with water based ink to produce precise and high quality results .

Photography

We offer photography services for brand and marketing purposes.

Heat Transfer

Heat transfers use a heat press. A heat press is a machine engineered to imprint a design or graphic on a substrate, such as a T-shirt, with the application of heat and pressure for a preset period of time.

Requirements:

  • Front & Back Sketches
  • Detail Close Up
  • Vector file or USB maybe required
Note: F.A.M. can provide all or some of these requirements per customer request.

Dye Sublimation

Dye-sublimation printing (or dye-sub printing) is a computer printing technique which uses heat to transfer dye onto materials such as a plastic, card, paper, or fabric.

Requirements:

  • Vector file
  • Pantone/Color Swatches (optional)
  • Front & Back Sketches (optional)
  • Detail Close Up (optional)
  • Polyester or Cotton Fabric
Note: F.A.M. can provide all or some of these requirements per customer request.

Vinyl Printing/Transfer

Vinyl printing/transfer is all about heat transfer. A machine is used to cut out letters and designs from colored vinyl and heat-press them onto apparel for color transfer. Vinyl printing encompasses a combination of pressure and heat.

Requirements:

  • USB or Vector file
  • Front & Back Sketches
  • Detail Close Up
  • Color sample
Note: F.A.M. can provide all or some of these requirements per customer request.

DTG Printing

DTG (direct to garment) printing is the process of printing on fabrics or textiles with water based ink to produce precise and high quality results .

Embroidery

Embroidery is the craft of decorating fabric or other materials using a needle to apply thread or yarn. Embroidery may also incorporate other materials such as pearls, beads, quills, and sequins. In modern days, embroidery is usually seen on caps, hats, coats, blankets, dress shirts, denim, dresses, stockings, and golf shirts. Embroidery is available with a wide variety of thread and yarn color.


Requirements:

  • USB or Vector file
  • Front & Back Sketches
  • Detail Close Up
Note: F.A.M. can provide all or some of these requirements per customer request.

Product Development

We understand that many individuals may have the desire to start their own fashion line, but get discouraged due to the complexity in multitude of research it requires. Our design teams are eager to navigate through the process in its simplest form with you to ensure success in your finished product.

  • Step 1: A design team is assigned to you. Together, you will comprise a vision journal, which will include materials, textiles, notions, garment details, crocies & sizing, financial targets, and pricing.
  • Step 2: Sourcing - The process in which all materials needed with be sourced, priced, and approved by client.
  • Step 3: Patterning - It is the process in which the sketch of the garment is turned into a flat technical drawing and blown up to create a desired size. Once it is at desired size, it is pieced out in order to make the shapes needed to constuct the garment.
  • Step 4: Prototype - A prototype is made to replicate your drawing. This is a mockup of the actual design to ensure the pattern is correct and fits as desired. Prototypes are usually done in muslin. Upon completion, client will either approve or make adjustments to garment.
  • Step 5: Sample selection - This is done once all alterations or changes have been completed and corrected on pattern to reflect changes. The garment is now constructed with all of the selected fabric and notions. This is the actual sample garment that will be used for production.
  • Step 6: Pattern Grading - This is the step in which the original pattern is altered/enlarged to make all desired sizes (Small, Medium, Large, XL, ...).

Full Service Manufacturing

Here in our Georgia facility, we handle all of your garment production needs. We provide small volume and factory level production. We also possess the skillset that's required to handle any complexity or intricacy of your desired design. Aside from meeting your demands and expectations, we aim to build a long-lasting partnership with local and global clothing brands. Our focus is maintaining quality and consistency to help strengthen brands and build reputations.

FYI:

  • 1st step is the consultation. This is where we address and analyze all production requirements.
  • There is a 20-piece minimum per color and style.
  • We will produce the 1st piece per style, and client will inspect and approve before production begins.
  • Rush orders are accepted for an additional fee.
  • 50% of payment is due at contract signing and the remainder is due upon delivery of product.
  • Method of payments are as follows: All major credit/debit cards and bank wire. (No Cash accepted)

Helpful Tip: The more information and supplies the client provides to us, the quicker the turnaround time.

Garmet Capabilities

Quality Control

Quality assurance and quality control is a complex area of the apparel industry. Though they are not the same, quality control is an aspect of quality assurance. While quality assurance builds quality into each step of the manufacturing process, quality control is generally understood as assessing for quality after products have already been manufactured. The products are then sorted into acceptable and unacceptable categories. Apparel garments, accessories, and other textile products are assessed for quality in the pre-production phase, during production, and with a final inspection after the product has been completed.

FYI: Quality control is a service that the customer can select for an additional Fee. However, the customers can choose to do it themselves.

Fach Apparel Manufacturing, Inc., Designer Apparel, Atlanta, GA