Fabric Bags – Cut and Sew
A Collection of Cut and Sew Packaging
Retail boxes and shopping bags often come to mind when discussing packaging design and manufacturing. However, cut and sew bags and pouches are a unique form of packaging that must not be neglected. Design Packaging collaborates with luxury, retail, jewelry, and start-up brands for design, creative production, and manufacturing. All of these bring reusable packaging items to the mass market on a global level.
Cut and sew, of course, refers to sewing fabric panels together, forming endless styles of pouches and bags. Smaller cut and sew pieces like the silver Sephora pouch and gold Basq NY zippered pouch, can be designed to hold a variety of beauty products or treasured jewelry. Larger cut and sew pieces like the American Eagle and Uniqlo bags, act like backpacks or gift-ready totes by cinching shut the draw string cords. Brands trust our expertise in cut and sew manufacturing, QC (quality control) processes, and our ability to match color on everything from organic cottons to rip-stop nylons.
Design Packaging is constantly developing, and in search of new materials and processes. Using unconventional materials like DuPont’s Tyvek and Fibermark’s Jean Label materials bring new tactile experiences to the consumer – including last year’s woven paper handles; fully recyclable woven paper totes with cotton threading; washable latex papers; and brushed peach poly. As partners in manufacturing, we help to insure your packaging remains compliant within new regulations through our QC and product testing processes.