Custom Designs

Stand out above the rest with Custom Branded Personal Protection Equipment.

Sew What? Inc. has the ability to custom print or embroider your logo or custom design on our masks, caps, and even face shields.  Click here to fill out our "Add Your Logo" form or contact us at C19response@sewwhatinc.com for more information.

A few examples of our work:

About Casey's Caboose

Home of the best apres ski burger bar and restaurant in Killington, Vermont. Known for their famous mac'n'cheese, gourmet burgers and mouthwatering steak, Casey’s has a reputation for being a magical place to eat and drink. All their delicious meals made from fresh locally sourced ingredients are now available to-go for a delicious family dinner at home. Thanks to Casey’s Caboose for choosing us to customize a face mask for your staff and clientele.  Check out this adorable venue and place your to-go order in you are in the area: https://www.caseyscaboose.com/

About Gallagher Staging

Gallagher Staging has been a leader in the entertainment industry, offering custom and rental staging for concerts, studio and television production, sports events, and more. With the live event industry crippled by the pandemic, Gallagher have introduced an amazing new service – venue sanitization with Vital Oxide; an EPA registered hospital grade disinfectant. Offering “Proactive and Preventive Coronavirus Services”, Gallagher now offers venues and businesses a rapid disinfecting service to help protect the venue, staff, and customers. To learn more visit Gallagher online at https://www.gallagherstaging.com/disinfectant-service/

About Sagebrush Cantina.

Reacting quickly to the Covid-19 closure, this famous Calabasas restaurant and bar quickly shifted gears and converted into a grocery provider to the community, offering fresh produce to go with a no contact drive-thru pickup.  We are excited to be invited to craft the custom face masks for the Sagebrush Cantina crew. Learn more about them and their fresh market produce at

https://www.sagebrushcantina.com/

About the 1940 Woodie Mask for Peter Morse

Peter is both a world renowned lighting designer for A list touring artists, as well as an avid collector of all things vintage.   The owner of a beautiful 1940 Woodie and a member of the Santa Cruz Woodie Car Club – he sent me a front and side view of his collectible and asked if we could merge them into an inspirational and unique one of a kind mask.  Which we did!  This car has a fascinating history.  Read more ...

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