I currently do work for a customer that prints and then sends to me. I turn around and cut and sew for him. Less head aches for him on the long run. I do not do any printing just cut and sew. The workers i have make patterns for me based on a simple photo. They are very good and have over 30yrs experience doing this work. This family business i have was made after large compaines closed down and left experienced workers with out jobs. We then picked up an elite few and began to do cut and sew for a sublimation company that offered me the work. Lucky for me the ladies I had new what to do and are teaching me so much that requires a specialty. Riders, makes a very good point that cut and sew is not as easy as it seems especially when its full dye jerseys. Try pricing that after all the errors. Many errors were made when eperience was not there, but now all seems to be running smooth. I plan to move foward in the cut and sew business. We started as a small tailore business now adding a new demand to our list. Working on childerns cheer leading uniforms for the upocoming month of August because football is big in my area.