MeetSocks make OEM socks, and we receive designs directly from our clients. However, sometimes the designs are not easy to read thus lead to misunderstandings and wasted time and work. Recently we have been asked many times for a custom sock design template, and finally, we got our whole Custom Socks Design Template Kit done, we hope it will save our clients a lot of time and effort, especially for newly start-ups, and of course, you are always free to use your original templates.
The Custom Sock Design Template Kit
Our specially-customized sock design template kit contains the following files:
Acknowledgement: Some of the templates are revised from files provided by SockClub.
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If you would have any questions regarding custom socks manufacturing, leave a comment below and we will be very pleased to help!
This is actually a shortcut and redirects to our post on the guidelines of custom sock design, make sure you follow the suggestions before you work on your custom sock design.
This Post is a guideline about custom sock design, make sure you read this carefully to ensure we can knit out your design on the socks. Custom sock design guideline Designing for socks and other knitted goods is a very different process from designing for printed materials. The following is a brief guide for you […]
The flat design is the first thing that you want to put your hands on. Create your unique patterns here and then move on to the mockup template. You will find the mockup has automatically updated according to your flat design pattern.
This is the mockup file for your flat design pattern, to use this template, follow the following steps:
- Once you finish the flat design, the mockup file should update automatically (if not please link the flat design pattern to corresponding layers manually);
- Find your loved colors using Pantone C, Pantone U, or Pantone TCX colors (TCX colors are recommended, read the post below);
- Assign your Design No.(top left corner) if you have several designs;
Color accuracy is one of the most important things in custom socks manufacturing. To ensure the socks are of the same color as designed, we suggest our clients to use Pantone TCX colors reference, which is designed by Pantone LLC for industrial use, especially for cotton yarn and fiber. Other pantone matching systems such as pantone […]
The custom socks design mockup template looks like this when opened in Adobe Illustrator:
Instead of using tags to private label your socks, you can choose to use custom bands.
*We don’t need the band design at sampling stage, either. We just need it before bulk production.
Custom sock bands looks like this when attached to socks;
The custom socks tag template is rotated to be horizontal here and in Adobe Illustrator you will find it vertically aligned. Note that the front and back of the tag are of different dimensions to create a nicer view effect, and of course you can make them in the same length.
* If you haven’t decided on the tag design, it’s okay because in the sampling stage we don’t need it. Just show us the tag design before we move into bulk production.
The custom tag will be attached to each pair of socks, here is how it should look like:
The order confirmation spreadsheet is important because it shows all the details of your order, such as ordering quantity, yarn composition, sock size, shipping conditions, etc.