Cutting terms explained
A template model used for cutting garments.
A suit made to the client’s specifications with the pattern made specifically for the client. Made-to-measure A garment made to a client’s individual requirements but not from a pattern made specifically for the client.
The cutter is the architect of the suit. They measure the client and takes into account the details of their physique. Once they get the measurements, they create the suit pattern based on the client’s unique shape. Then the material is ordered and the cutter takes the pattern pieces and cuts them out of the cloth before passing them on to the tailor.
The tailor is the builder of the garment. Once they receive the cut cloth, they sew the suit together and make any necessary adjustments.
The person in charge of the tailoring brand.