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  • Congratulations to Our Denim Contest Winner!

    For the past month and a half, the Pacific Blue Denims' team ran a contest for a designer to win $250 to shop our fabric! We had so many amazing entries and it was difficult to choose a winner! One of our favorite things about our company is that we are able to work with so many independent designers. A clear vision and designing differently is something that we value, not to mention an affinity for denim! Check out who won our contest and keep your eyes peeled for more to come from us soon!

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  • Win $250 Of Pacific Blue Denims' Wholesale Fabric

    At Pacific Blue Denims, we have had the pleasure of providing high-quality fabric to a number of companies and individuals. We pride ourselves in assisting those who create beautiful items with our fabrics. While our slogan may be “In Denim We Trust,” we also feel like emphasis should be put on our belief in the power of design. Thanks to our Los Angeles location, we are in the heart of one of the world’s most creative spaces and we want to give back to the community and give away $250 of Fabric to help support a designer’s vision.

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  • Sourcing Your Wholesale Denim Fabric

    Sourcing your denim is just one part of the process of creating your high quality denim jeans. In addition to creating your pattern and gathering all your supplies including hardware, and sewing them all up to your satisfaction, there are many steps to creating your jeans. Designers, you know all about this process and how tedious it can become. Wholesale fabric Los Angeles can be difficult and overwhelming to navigate, so at Pacific Blue Denims we want to be as helpful and informational as possible.  Continue reading

  • Buying Selvedge Denim Guide

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    Selvedge Denim refers to the way that the fabric itself is being made. Most denim was produced using shuttle looms before the 1950s. These looms create tightly woven or intertwined pieces of heavy fabric. The edges on these pieces are typically about one yard wide and are finished with bands down each side to ensure that the fabric does not fray, curl, or unravel. The edges come finished already from the loom. So, because of the production process, denim produced on shuttle looms have a "self-edge," naming the fabric, "Selvedge."

    Recently, there has been an increase of interest in selvedge denim. As one of the top denim wholesale Los Angeles providers, Pacific Blue Denims, is offering some helpful tips on what you need to know to buy selvedge denim.

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