The fashion factory plug-in for CorelDraw comes to mind by AdvacedArtists.
That sounds great! I'm going to check it out right now. The bummer is, although I know Cadworx is dated and has it's limitations, overall we really enjoy it and you can produce fantastic results with it.....when it's working. But as the brand grows, we really need something dependable and responsive. Thanks so much for your suggestion!The fashion factory plug-in for CorelDraw comes to mind by AdvacedArtists.
I know Serif very well, actually used their website building software for a fitness forum and supplement store back around 2003! Very cool, I forgot about them. I just live-chatted with Stahl's, and offered to pay them for a single download license to install the Cadworx Live on my laptop rather than continue fighting with the Microsoft Azure cloud platform it runs on, and they weren't willing to help out.as i recall you are mainly vector-based designs (ie no raster images)
i would look at serif's drawplus x8, easy to use and stable (~$25) (info here, trial download here)
serif discontinued the drawplus line (but it does have over a decade of improvements behind it) to release the new affinity (~$50)
this is a vector and raster program rolled into one (larger learning curve than drawplus)
so you might want to start with drawplus and then if rasters come into play pick up affinity (info here, download trial here)
THANKS AS ALWAYS! I looked around for a long time last week after getting your suggestion along with dcbevins, and I couldn't find anything that was meant for apparel that didn't need another platform (Corel Draw) to piggy-back off of.if you need some immediate help let me know and i will do what i can for you
Have you personally used DrawPlus?