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About Us:

Welcome to Euphoric Colors, your premier partner in private-label apparel manufacturing based in the vibrant city of Los Angeles. For the past 25 years, we have dedicated ourselves to delivering high-quality custom clothing proudly made in the USA. Specializing in sustainable and eco-friendly fashion, we strive to combine style with environmental consciousness, using organic materials and green practices to craft apparel that not only looks good but feels good too.


Our Services:

At Euphoric Colors, we offer a comprehensive suite of services to bring your fashion visions to life. From development consultation and pattern creation to full-service manufacturing and project management, our team is equipped to handle all aspects of apparel production. Our expertise spans across a variety of niches, including private-label apparel, custom-brand clothing, and corporate uniforms, ensuring we can meet the diverse needs of our clients, whether they're launching a new fashion line or outfitting a restaurant chain.


Our Infrastructure:

Our state-of-the-art facility in Los Angeles is outfitted with advanced machinery and technology to ensure precision and quality in every piece we produce. Our arsenal includes:


Innovation and Client Engagement:

Understanding the importance of transparency and communication, we provide our clients with a robust B2B portal. This platform offers real-time insights into production timelines, invoice management, and other critical aspects of the manufacturing process, fostering a collaborative and informed partnership.


Commitment to Quality and Sustainability:

As a leader in sustainable clothing manufacturing in Los Angeles, we are committed to practices that not only yield high-quality apparel but also contribute positively to the environment. Our commitment to using organic materials and maintaining eco-friendly production practices reflects in every garment we produce.


Why Choose Euphoric Colors:

Choosing Euphoric Colors means opting for a manufacturing partner who values quality, sustainability, and American craftsmanship. Our garments are a testament to the skill and dedication of local American workers, contributing to the strength of the American economy and the global appeal of your brand. With rapid restocking capabilities, low MOQs, and a dedicated team by your side, Euphoric Colors is your go-to manufacturer for all your apparel needs.


Join us in redefining fashion with a conscience. Choose Euphoric Colors for apparel that stands out, manufactured to the highest standards, right here in the USA.





Our state-of-the-art facility in Los Angeles is outfitted with advanced machinery and technology to ensure precision and quality in every piece we produce. Our arsenal includes:

 A comprehensive range of machinery and equipment is essential for a garment factory involved in private label manufacturing for a full package. This equipment must cover all stages of production, from fabric preparation to finishing. Here's a list of some of the key machinery types at Euphoric Colors.

This list provides a foundation, but the specific machinery required can vary based on the types of garments produced, the production volume, and the level of automation desired in the manufacturing process.



 1. **Fabric Inspection Machines**: 

   - Used at the initial stage to inspect incoming fabric for defects, ensuring quality control before production begins.

2. **Fabric Cutting Machinaes**:

   - Automated Cutting Machines: For precise and efficient cutting of fabric layers.

   - Band Knife Cutting Machines: Suitable for specific cuts that require high precision.

   - Die Cutting Machines: Used for cutting fabrics into various shapes and designs.

3. **Sewing Machines**:

   - Single-needle Sewing Machines: For straight stitching and detailed work.

   - Double-needle Sewing Machines: For reinforced seams and decorative stitching.

   - Overlock Machines (Sergers): For edging, hemming, and seaming with a professional finish.

   - Cover Stitch Machines: Mainly used for hemming and topstitching knit fabrics.

   - Buttonhole Machines: For making buttonholes efficiently.

   - Button Sewing Machines: For attaching buttons quickly and securely.

   - Bartack Machines: For reinforcing areas of garments that are prone to stress and wear.

   - Flatlock Machines: For creating flat seams, especially in sportswear and stretch fabrics.

4. **Ironing and Pressing Equipment**:

   - Industrial Irons and Presses: For removing wrinkles and creating crisp finishes.

   - Steamers: For delicate fabrics and quick touch-ups.

5. **Embroidery Machines**: 

 - For adding logos, designs, or decorative details to garments.

6. **Printing Machines**:

   - Screen Printing Machines: For applying designs directly onto the fabric.

   - Digital Printing Machines: For high-quality, detailed fabric printing.



 7. **Fusing Machines**: 

 - For attaching interfacing or reinforcing specific parts of a garment, such as collars and cuffs.

8. **Finishing Machines**:

   - Thread Trimming Machines: For cleaning up loose threads for a neat finish.

   - Tagging Machines: For attaching price tags and brand labels to garments.

9. **Quality Control and Packaging Equipment**:

   - Inspection Tables: For final garment inspections to ensure quality standards.

   - Folding and Packing Machines: For folding garments and preparing them for shipping.

10. **Laundry Equipment**:

    - Washing Machines: For pre-washing fabrics or garments.

    - Dryers: For drying fabrics or pre-washed garments.

11. **Specialized Machines** (depending on product range):

    - Knitting Machines: For factories producing their own knit fabrics.

    - Leather Sewing Machines: For factories working with leather products.

    - Quilting Machines: For producing quilted garments and accessories.

12. **Laser Cutting Technology** 

    - For intricate designs and precision cutting, we utilize advanced laser cutting technology.

13. **TUKAtech Software:** 

    - Our design and patterning processes are enhanced with TUKAtech software, ensuring accuracy and efficiency in garment engineering.



A Tukatech laser cutter, often referred to in the industry as a "Tuka laser cutter" or simply a "Tuka cutter," is a type of cutting technology used in the fashion and apparel manufacturing industry. Tukatech is a prominent company that provides advanced software and hardware solutions for pattern making, grading, and cutting in the garment manufacturing process. Their laser cutter is designed to cut fabric with high precision and speed using laser technology.


What It Does:

Precision Cutting:

The laser cutter uses a high-intensity laser beam to cut through fabric, allowing for extremely precise cuts. This precision is crucial for intricate designs and patterns, ensuring that each piece is consistent and accurate.


Compared to traditional manual cutting methods, a laser cutter can significantly speed up the production process. It can handle multiple layers of fabric at once, depending on the material and the strength of the laser, thus increasing throughput.


Tukatech's laser cutters can work with a wide range of materials, from lightweight fabrics like chiffon to heavier materials like denim. This versatility makes it suitable for various types of apparel and textile products.

Digital Integration:

The cutter is typically integrated with CAD (Computer-Aided Design) software, allowing designs created digitally to be directly transferred to the cutter for execution. This seamless integration reduces the chance for error between design and production.

Waste Reduction:

The precision of laser cutting also contributes to material efficiency, as patterns can be nested optimally to minimize waste. This is not only cost-effective but also environmentally friendlier.

Complex Designs:

The ability of the laser cutter to make intricate cuts without damaging the fabric makes it ideal for producing complex designs, including lace patterns, detailed appliqués, and more.


In summary, a Tukatech laser cutter is a sophisticated tool in the apparel manufacturing industry. It enhances precision, efficiency, and versatility in the cutting process and allows for innovative designs while reducing waste.


10. Overlock Machines: Essential for edging, hemming, and seaming, providing a professional finish to fabrics. These machines are versatile, used for both woven and knit fabrics.

5. Cover Stitch Machines: Primarily used for hemming and topstitching knitwear, ensuring stretchable seams that don't break when the fabric is stretched, ideal for t-shirts, leggings, and other stretchy garments.

3. Flatlock Machines: Used for joining pieces of fabric in a way that the seam is flat on both sides. Commonly used in sportswear and underwear for comfort and flexibility.

2. Buttonhole Machines: Automated machines designed for making buttonholes of consistent size and shape, crucial for shirts, jackets, and coats.

2. Button Sewing Machines: Dedicated to attaching buttons, these machines ensure fast and secure attachment with various stitch options.

2. Bartack Machines: Reinforce areas of garments that are prone to stress and wear, such as belt loops, pocket corners, and the bottom of zippers.

1. Blind Hem Machines: Create hems where the stitching is almost invisible from the front of the garment, used for trousers, skirts, and curtains.

2. Zigzag Machines: Offer a variety of stitch patterns, including the zigzag stitch, which is useful for stretch fabrics and preventing fraying edges.

2. Chain Stitch Machines: Provide a strong and elastic seam, used for waistbands, side seams on denim, and decorative stitching.

2. Post-bed Machines: Equipped with a higher sewing bed, ideal for stitching hard-to-reach areas like boots, shoes, and bags.

2. Cylinder-bed Machines: Designed for cylindrical items or closed seams, such as cuffs, sleeves, and tubular garments.

1. Feed-off-the-arm Machines: Used for flat-felled seams in denim, workwear, and uniforms, offering high durability.

4. Double Needle Machines: Equipped with two needles to create parallel rows of stitching, used for decorative purposes and enhancing seam strength.

2. Embroidery Machines: For adding logos, designs, or decorative details to fabric through automated embroidery.

1. Quilting Machines: Used for creating quilts and other multi-layered textiles, combining layers of fabric and batting with decorative stitching.

2. Serging Machines: Similar to overlock machines, used for trimming and finishing the edges of the fabric to prevent fraying.

12. Single needle Machines: primarily used for straight stitching, and it's a staple in both home sewing and industrial settings due to its versatility and simplicity.

Euphoric Colors is equipped with these advanced sewing machines to accommodate a broad spectrum of garment manufacturing requirements, ensuring quality, efficiency, and versatility in production.

List of our sewing machines

List of our sewing machines




A single-needle sewing machine is primarily used for straight stitching, and it's a staple in both home sewing and industrial settings due to its versatility and simplicity. Here's a rundown of its common uses:

1. Garment Construction:

It's widely used in making clothing, from simple garments like shirts and pants to more complex ones like dresses and suits. The straight stitch it provides is essential for seaming parts of a garment together.

2. Quilting:

Although there are specialized quilting machines, many quilters use single needle sewing machines for piecing quilt tops and even for the quilting itself, especially for straight-line quilting.

3. Home Decor:

For crafting items like curtains, cushion covers, and table linens, the single needle machine's straight stitch is often sufficient and gives a clean finish.

4. Alterations and Repairs:

Whether it's hemming pants, adjusting the fit of a garment, or mending tears, a single needle machine is often the go-to tool due to its straightforward operation.

5. Crafts and Accessories:

From making bags and purses to other fabric-based crafts, the single needle machine's ability to work with a range of materials makes it highly versatile.

6. Topstitching and Detailing:

While there are machines specifically designed for topstitching, a single needle machine can also be used for adding decorative stitches and details to a project.


Its use extends across various materials, from lightweight fabrics like chiffon to medium-weight ones like cotton and even heavier materials like denim, although the latter might require a more robust industrial version of the machine.



Overlock machines, known for their efficiency in edging, hemming, and seaming, are indispensable in professional garment construction. Here's a list-style breakdown of their uses:

1.Edge Finishing:

They trim and enclose fabric edges within thread, preventing fraying and creating a clean, professional finish.

2. Seaming Stretchable Fabrics:

Overlocks are ideal for constructing garments from stretchy materials, ensuring seams that are both flexible and durable.

3. Rolled Hemming:

These machines can produce very narrow hems quickly, perfect for lightweight fabrics and delicate items like scarves and lingerie.

4. Decorative Edging:

With the use of different threads and settings, overlock machines can add decorative borders to garments and home textiles.

5. Rapid Construction:

Due to their speed and multi-thread stitching, overlock machines significantly reduce construction time for sewing projects.


Their ability to cut fabric while sewing makes overlock machines a valuable tool for achieving professional-grade finishes in garment making.




Cover stitch machines

Cover stitch machines

Cover stitch machines are specialized sewing machines used primarily for hemming, topstitching, and seaming, especially in knitwear and stretch fabrics. Their functionality and benefits include:

1.Professional Hems:

Cover stitch machines create clean, stretchable hems on garments, resembling the finish you see on store-bought T-shirts and knitwear.

2. Decorative Topstitching:

They can add decorative topstitching along the edges of garments, providing both aesthetic appeal and functional reinforcement.

3. Seam Finishing:

These machines can sew seams that stretch without breaking, making them ideal for constructing activewear, swimwear, and lingerie.

4. Elastic Attachment:

They're often used to attach elastic bands in a stretchable manner, ensuring comfort and flexibility in garments like waistbands and cuffs.

5. Chain Stitching:

Some cover stitch machines also offer a chain stitch option, useful for seaming and decorative purposes due to its strength and stretch.


Cover stitch machines are particularly valued in the garment industry for their ability to work with stretchy materials, ensuring durable and flexible seams and hems.

Flatlock sewing machines specialize in creating flat seams that are particularly comfortable and stretchable, making them ideal for certain types of garments and textiles. Here's a breakdown of their primary uses:

1.Athletic and Performance Wear:

They're extensively used in making sportswear and athletic apparel because the flat seams reduce friction and discomfort during physical activity.

2. Undergarments and Lingerie:

The comfort of flat seams also makes flatlock machines suitable for constructing undergarments, where seams need to be smooth against the skin to prevent irritation.

3. Swimwear:

For swimwear, the flat seams provide both comfort and a streamlined finish, reducing drag in water and enhancing the garment's durability in chlorinated or saltwater.

4. Children's Clothing:

Flat seams are gentle on sensitive skin, making them ideal for baby and children's clothing, where comfort is a priority.

5. Decorative Stitching:

In addition to functional uses, flatlock machines can create decorative stitch patterns that add aesthetic value to the seams of garments and textiles.


Flatlock machines are prized for their ability to produce seams that are not only aesthetically pleasing but also enhance the comfort and functionality of the finished garment.

Flatlock sewing machines

Flatlock sewing machines

Double-needle Sewing Machine.

Double-needle Sewing Machine.



Double-needle, or twin-needle, sewing machines are equipped with two needles that create parallel rows of stitches simultaneously. They are primarily used for:

1.Reinforced Seams:

The parallel stitches add strength and durability to seams, making them ideal for areas that endure stress, such as crotch seams in pants or side seams in shirts.

2. Hemming:

Double-needle machines produce a professional-looking hem, similar to that found in ready-to-wear garments, especially on knit fabrics where stretch is important.

3. Decorative Stitching:

The parallel stitches can be used decoratively, adding aesthetic detail to garments and textiles with a variety of thread colors and stitch widths.

4. Topstitching:

They provide a neat and professional finish for visible stitching lines on garments, such as those along collars, lapels, or pockets.

5. Pin Tucking:

Double-needle machines can create precise and uniform pin tucks, which are small folded tucks used as a decorative element on garments and fine linens.


Double-needle machines enhance both the functionality and appearance of sewn items, making them valuable tools in both home sewing and industrial garment production.