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Yooo mike ! Been a huge fan since way back when ! You should make a video of the process when you go through cut and sew like from getting the idea drawing it out getting patterns,tech pack, etc. I’m interested in getting into cut and sew but how do I start? What do I need to show the manufacture ? What stuff do I need to have done in order for them to start the production ? Thank you !
Aye mike, I wanna buy a hoodie like yours but idk what size to get, sometimes I’m a small if it’s not too tight, sometimes I’m a medium if it’s not too baggy, what size do you think I should get? For a straight fit?
Hey Mike can you do a video talking about your Major in college? I am interested what you learned and what you learned from you professor. I am a business administration and taking a economics class right now. Great vid Mike i learned allot from this one.
You’re dropping these videos at almost the perfect timing for me because im in the process of starting up a brand and all the information you’re giving us is valuable and crucial to have a long lasting brand 🙏🏽 much love Mike!! Keep up the great work
Dope video, I love your vibes! I started my brand and got so irritated looking for suppliers that I invested in a vinyl cutting machine, bought blanks and iron on the design to my hoodies. I think that this is also a great place for small brands to start, alongside local screen printing. It allows for complete customization and experimentation.
Said I was up all night doing my homework. That is what it takes, some direction is great to give, but let people still stumble through it with effort so they can learn. The quality shows with Saint Michael and ASneakerLife
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