Frequently Asked Questions

At Blank Studio, we offer no minimums for our clients, and we make as low as 5-10 pieces per style as well. We wish for brands and consumers to move away from fast fashion, and focus on the creation of beautiful, long-lasting, handmade and sustainable garments.
Our lead time is dependent on the styles, number of pieces, and fabric availability. For an approximate, we would need about 3-4 weeks for production once we have the patterns, fabrics and all other accessories for production.
We usually take a couple of days to work on 4-5 samples, but this might vary based on peak production and sampling season. Our usual turnaround of sampling is 2 weeks.
Our sampling charges vary based on the designs, and we can give a better idea of the costing once we see the designs. We usually provide about 2 alterations for each sample to ensure all feedbacks are incorporated, and figure the most cost-effective patterns for production.
We work with various fabric vendors to identify the right fabric for your production. We are able to provide fabric swatches as well based on the requirement. We also source various fabric accessories like buttons, zips, lining, hooks and trims, etc from the local market.
Yes, we are pattern makers as well. We can work with the tech sheets you send us, or edit existing patterns that you already have, or develop new patterns based on references images or existing samples as well. We can grade the patterns for all the required sizes, and can advise and suggest on the grading rule as well.

We believe the deepest and most permanent way to empower our community is through sustainable enterprises producing high-quality products and experiences. We offer our makers meaningful jobs with above-market wages and benefits, and provide our people with a private health insurance. We provide assistance for student loans, and encourage the makers kids to not drop out of school. This is something we take great pride in, as we see this the only way for the family to move out of the poverty cycle.

We use corn bags as primary packaging for our shipments that is biodegradable, and have very low use of plastics in our studio. We use the fabric waste generated from the studio to convert them into paper.