You’ve probably heard us mention The Pattern Guild quite a few times over the last few weeks since we’ve been collaborating with them on a new cut and sew project. We decided to catch up with Fergus, one half of the brand to get the inside scoop about what makes them tick and their take on 3RXPG.
For those who have missed our earlier blog posts we’ve been hard at work on a new collaborative project with The Pattern Guild. The aim was to use some of our most innovative in house printing and customisation techniques to create a limited edition t-shirt pack. The final stage of this process is the creation of the presentation box. Aside from giving the look and feel of a higher end limited edition product we also want to show in practice another element of the kind of screen printing based services we able to provide.
It’s week 3 of 3RXPG here at 3rd Rail HQ and after weeks of planning it feels like everything is finally starting to come together. Week 3 means pattern cutting and t-shirt assembly which is essentially a first look at the finished garment.
It’s week two of our collaborative project with The Pattern Guild which means printing time. The fabric we’ve decided to go for is a lightweight, white jersey – perfect for warmer months which coincides with our late summer/early autumn release date.
Here at 3rd Rail HQ we’re really excited to announce the start of what will become a series of collaborative projects designed to utilise some of our most exciting and innovative in house printing and customisation techniques. The final package produced in a limited edition will include a bespoke screen printed t-shirt and fine art print all packaged in style in a screen printed box. As well as being available to purchase via our 3rd Rail Presents online store we will also be offering plenty of chances to win one of these exclusive sets. To be in with a chance of winning make sure you’re following us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook where we will also be posting regular progress updates and sneak peeks of how we’re getting on.
Strictly Necessary Cookies
Strictly Necessary Cookie should be enabled at all times so that we can save your preferences for cookie settings.
If you disable this cookie, we will not be able to save your preferences. This means that every time you visit this website you will need to enable or disable cookies again.