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Garment production with CAD patterns, fabric, and notions ready to go.

While EAM was founded in 2011, we have decades of experience in manufacturing. Our women led sewing lines have been working in production for decades and have experience in sewing thousands of styles. Becoming a part of the manufacturing team at EAM is not easy and requires various skill tests before being able to join. Our dedication to quality and high production standards continues to
set us apart from all other American apparel manufacturers.

Our in-house manufacturing team at EAM has cut and sewn through millions of products for fashion and non-industry brands, thereby enabling our clients to elevate their quality through EAM’s extensive experience.

Whether you are an established company needing to expand your domestic supply or new to the industry, EAM can easily onboard your production with NO MINIMUMS. At EAM all manufacturing is done in-house.

Garment production with CAD patterns, fabric, and notions ready to go.

Lead time: 6-8 weeks generally*

Sourcing: Available as requested

MOQ: None

Production quotes are based on intricacy of style, size breaks, number of colorways, and total quantity needed.


To receive a quote, please email aforementioned information along with product images to


Apparel production marking, often referred to simply as "marking," is a crucial step in the manufacturing process of clothing and other textile products. It involves creating a layout or pattern arrangement on a piece of fabric or material before cutting it into individual pattern pieces. EAM CAD’s and prints all of our markers to optimize the layout digitally and further enhance efficiency. This technology allows for quick adjustments and experimentation with different layout options to achieve the best results. Efficient marking is essential to minimize fabric waste, which is both environmentally responsible and economically beneficial for manufacturers. It requires careful planning, attention to detail, and consideration of factors such as fabric width, pattern size, fabric pattern alignment (if applicable), and production volume


Once the patterns are ready, the fabric is spread out on a large cutting table. The fabric is often layered in multiple plies (layers) to optimize the cutting process's efficiency. The number of layers depends on factors such as fabric thickness and cutting equipment capacity.

To guide the cutting process, the printed marker is placed onto the top layer of fabric to indicate the precise cutting lines for each pattern piece.

The actual cutting is done using various cutting tools and equipment. The choice of cutting method depends on the fabric type and quantity.

Throughout the cutting process, quality control checks are conducted to ensure that the cut fabric pieces conform to the required measurements, shapes, and quality standards. Any defects or inconsistencies are identified and addressed before the pieces proceed to the sewing stage.

The leftover fabric scraps generated during the cutting process are collected and either recycled, repurposed, or disposed of responsibly, depending on the material and environmental considerations.

The efficiency and accuracy of the cutting process have a significant impact on the overall production quality and cost-effectiveness of apparel manufacturing. Careful planning, skilled operators, and the use of appropriate cutting equipment are essential to achieve consistent results in apparel production cutting.

Cutting fabric with scissors
Fabric Scissors
Sewing Machine


Before sewing starts, any necessary alterations, markings, or embellishments may be added to the fabric pieces. This includes pleats, darts, pockets, zippers, buttons, and more. Depending on the garment, some pieces are ironed and/ or fused in preparation.

The fabric pieces are then stitched together using sewing machines. Our highly skilled seamstresses handle this process. Different types of stitches (straight, zigzag, overlock, etc.) are used for various purposes, like joining seams, finishing edges, and attaching trims.

Throughout the sewing process, quality control checks are performed to ensure that the stitching is accurate, the seams are straight, and the garment components are properly aligned. Any issues are identified and addressed at this stage.

Quality Control

Quality control is a crucial process at EAM, aimed at ensuring that products manufactured meet established standards and specifications.

Before packaging, a final inspection is conducted to ensure that the garment is of high quality and free from defects. Any last-minute adjustments or corrections are made at this stage.

Our main objective in quality control is to deliver consistent, reliable, and high-quality garments to our clients.

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Sample Making

Marker Making

Pattern Making


Pattern Grading

Trimming / Embellishment


  • T-Shirts

  • Bras

  • Bottoms

  • Infant / Baby Bedding

  • Jackets / Blazers

  • Sleepwear

  • Disposable Uniforms

  • Robes

  • Evening Dresses

  • Neckwear / Ties

  • Head Bands

  • Bedskirts

  • Leggings

  • Unconstructed Jackets

  • Slips

  • Legwear

  • Boxer Shorts

  • Curtains

  • Fleece Bottoms

  • Golf

  • Body Wear

  • Scarves

  • Leather Goods

  • Table Cloths

  • Workwear

  • Robes

  • Loungewear

  • Shorts

  • Dress Shirts

  • Knit Tops

  • Hand Loomed Knitwear

  • Decorative Pillows

  • Bumpers

  • Formal Wear

  • Briefs

  • Bra Tops

  • Aprons

  • Fleece Tops

  • Skirts

  • Dresses

  • Woven Shirts

  • Bike Shorts

  • Comforters

  • Coats / Outerwear

  • Rainwear

  • Chair Covers

  • Jogging Suits

  • Bridal

  • Full / Half Zips

  • Dance Exercisewear

  • Polar Fleece

  • Headwear

  • Pants

  • Gloves

  • Swimwear

  • Sweaters

  • Cocktail Dresses

  • Sheets

  • Socks / Hosiery

  • Couture

  • Polo Shirts

  • Athletic Uniforms

  • Blouses

  • Denim Product

  • Suits

  • Knit Headwear

  • Fur

  • Flatlock Activewear

  • Vests

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