There are many ways we can bring your brand, message, logo and/or artwork to life. The method you choose is determined by different factors. Each one will help guide us to the final decoration method.
- Size and Complexity of Artwork
- Color(s) of Artwork
- Location of Decoration
- Type and Function of Garment
- Fabric and Color of Garment
- Budget for the Project
- Number of Pieces Required
Once we have determined the desired result we can weigh the pros and cons for the project. This will bring us to a solid determination for the best method to fit your needs.
- Screen Printing - Method in which ink is applied directly to the surface of the garment (substrate). The image to be printed is photographically transferred to a very fine fabric (the screen) allowing the screen to serve as a stencil.
- Embroidery - Process of stitching raised and ornamental designs by needlework in thread upon a garment.
- Direct-to-Garment Printing (DTG) - Print process using specialized or modified inkjet technology for full color printing on cotton textiles and garments.
- Heat Transfer - Artwork in the form of a vinyl or siliconized paper transferred to the garment or textile by applying heat and pressure to the substrate.
- Applique - A decoration in which a custom trimmed material of solid color, embroidery, printing or otherwise customized is sewn or affixed onto the garment.
- Rhinestone - Application by heat of small stones that resemble diamonds used for a unique style of decoration.
- Dye Sublimation - Printing process that uses heat to transfer dye onto polyester fabrics, primarily for full color graphics or complete custom color garments.