Sewing services can be requested on any custom fabrication. Our full-service sewing studio is equipped with over 20 machines that are operated by our professionally trained staff. We work with a variety of materials including: sew quality hook & loop, elastics, neoprene & foam materials, leather, as well as webbings (including but not limited to): Dacron ™, polypropylene, and nylon. We are able to sew any material as long as it does not have an adhesive backing. We offer a variety of stitch styles and color thread to choose from, which are shown below.
A straight stitch is our standard stitch. It is worked through the material by passing the needle in and out of the fabric at a regular distance.
The zig-zag stitch is a variant geometry of the lock stitch. It is a back-and-forth stitch used where a straight stitch will not suffice. An example of where to use this stitch is reinforcing buttonholes.
A box stitch is a popular standard stitch found on many prefabricated items. This stitch pattern is used on materials that will have a weight bearing application. The pattern helps to distribute the weight evenly and is commonly used on webbing loops.
A serging stitch is the most common stitch used for seams. This stitch is common when sewing delicate knits due to being strong and flexible. This is a great option when you would like a clean edge but are unable to apply bias binding.
The merrow stitch is our most decorative. It interlocks numerous pieces of thread to create a clean border without gaps.
**New Service** Bias Binding
We now offer bias binding as an additional sewing service. Bias binding is used in making piping, binding seams and finishing raw edges. Our bias binding is 100% American made and is a 50/50 blend of cotton and polyester. This material is made to order giving you the opportunity to customize the width needed for your project. You also can choose from over 120 colors. To learn more about WBC Bias Binding click here.