Your on-demand
fashion engineer.

Welcome to the future of fashion.

Take your ideas from design to creation through direct to fabric engineered printing. Design, print, cut, sew, ship on-demand and sustainably with The Fashioneer.


Upload your Illustrator files or work with The Fashioneer team to turn your ideas into working designs.


Print your designs directly on to the fabric you choose.


Have your printed or non-printed fabric precisely, machine cut.


Our in-house team sews together your final product.


We ship your final designs directly to your customers or storefront.

Welcome to the
future of fashion

Take your ideas from design to creation through direct to fabric or engineered printing. Print, cut, sew, and ship on-demand and sustainably with The Fashioneer.

Kornit Presto

The most advanced single-step solution for direct-to-fabric printing.

The Technology

Adobe Illustrator CC

Adobe Illustrator CC is used to draw technical flats of the garment design.

Gerber Accumark 2D/3D

Using Gerber Technology, a Lectra company, we go from technical flats to building styles without leaving Adobe Illustrator. Gerber's Accumark 2D is used to create accurate patterns and Accumark 3D is used to visualize and refine designs.

Embodee Orchid 3D

Realistic 3D images of the printed design are created in Embodee Orchid 3D and can be used for marketing limited time "drops" and pre-orders before the garments are ever sewn.

Kornit Presto

Digitally print any graphic design in minutes, on-demand. Choose prints engineered into your pattern(s) or all-over. Print sustainably without wasting water or fabric using our Kornit Presto DTF roll-to-roll printer.

Gerber Z1 Cutter

Gerber's Z1 Cutter with Contour Vision automatically cuts each individual pattern piece. Small batches are then sewn by the team at The Fashioneer.

Our affiliates


Sherri Barry

The struggles of manufacturing her own brand sustainably and profitably ignited Sherri’s passion for creating a better, 21st century resource, A place where digitally native designers and brands can create, sell and manufacture. In 2016 Sherri co-founded a non-profit fashion incubator, FABRIC, where designers with a dream could scale a sustainable fashion business. In 2021, Sherri launched The Fashioneer, so that designers scaling out of FABRIC, and brands everywhere, could utilize state-of-the-art technology to print, cut, sew and ship on-demand.