For almost 60 years, our talented sewing machine operators have been creating diverse products from pet beds to PPE to motorcycle seats, and everything in between. With our belief that we can sew anything, we’ve handled both small and large volume production runs for customers around the country. While other US contract sewing facilities have closed or moved overseas, our team has persevered and continues to serve our diverse array of customers.
Design, Sourcing &
If your product only lives in your dreams or sketched on a napkin, our designers and engineers can take you through the design, prototyping and engineering processes. Your ideas will come to life through a combination of old-world craftsmanship and state-of-the-art technology. And while our company was founded on American manufacturing, we understand some projects have to be made overseas. Let our experienced employees handle your imported projects too.
While our upholstery team is busy rebuilding antique furniture, updating marine seating or recovering commercial booths, our canvas team is hard at work working on large-scale canvas and vinyl projects. These talented men and women work in vinyl, canvas, outdoor fabrics, home décor fabrics and other specialty materials to meet your needs, big or small. We can also start your project here and later scale them up in our contract sewing department.
Our fully computerized and automated cutters - a Lectra Vector 2500 multiple-ply cutter and an Eastman EC9 single ply-cutter – help us precisely meet our customer’s exact needs, specifications and quality expectations. Using Optitex PDS software, we lay out patterns for maximum efficiency and minimum waste. Irregular fabrics or leather hides? No problem. They’re digitally scanned so we can maximize the use of even oddly shaped materials.
With 20+ embroidery heads, our experienced operators and digitizing technology can effectively translate nearly any logo, emblem or slogan onto apparel or other sewn products. Whether you need to customize individual products for drop-shipping or mass-produce logoed items, our embroidery services can be utilized as a standalone service, or combined with our contract sewing services.
Our Mimaki UJV55-320 super-wide format, full-color UV inkjet printer can add that special touch to your next large-scale commercial project. Featuring seven ink colors – including white for printing on colored backgrounds – and a 10’ wide capacity, this printer produces amazingly vibrant colors on vinyl and other fabrics for our commercial and contract customers.
In 1958, Robert R. Jacquart began making bank deposit bags in his basement. Today, Jacquart Fabric Products occupies over 90,000 square feet, employs over 120 Midwestern workers and is proudly owned and managed by the second and third generations of the Jacquart family. Located at the western edge of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, we are proud, passionate, creative makers who deliver world-class service with small-town values. We strive to treat everyone like family. We value, nurture and develop employees. And most importantly, we do whatever it takes to get the job done with integrity.
And as the parent company of Stormy Kromer, we also know what it takes to build and market brands. Let us bring our skills, experience and values to your next project.
To learn more about our history and leadership, click here.
To discuss your project with our experienced staff, call us at 800-455-2253 or fill out the following form.
1238 Wall Street
Ironwood, MI 49938
We're hiring! To learn more about our current opportunities, click here.
We're proud to be located in beautiful Ironwood, Michigan. Learn more about our community here.