We’ve manufactured drapes and soft goods for numerous major artists,
including Maroon 5, Slip Knot, Green Day, Sting, James Taylor,
Dave Matthews Band, Madonna, Rod Stewart and Don Henley. Our prestigious drapery installations for theatres include the historic "Victoria
Theatre" in Santa Barbara. We even sewed the record-holding World’s
Largest Beach Blanket and had our drapes featured on the cover of the
iconic 1,000th Issue of Rolling Stone Magazine.
In addition to the “big stuff,” we also manufacture stage curtains for
elementary, middle and high schools, community theaters, churches and
college auditoriums. And that’s not to mention providing drapes and soft
goods for special events, trade shows, fashion shows, conferences, even
the occasional inaugural ball.
With headquarters and production facilities in Rancho Dominguez, CA, we service a worldwide clientele who know that when there's any question about finding the best custom-sewn theatrical drapes, as well as how to support American-made products, Sew What? is the answer.
See news report about how American theatrical drapery manufacturer and U.S. soft textile manufacturer, Sew What? Inc. has begun applying "Made in America" labels to their stage and theatrical drapery products to showcase that they are all-American-made.
Ms Duckett has called upon the entertainment industry, their primary source of business, to rally behind the effort to buy American-made products and support U.S. companies as much as possible.
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