Silk Screen

Is a traditional, cost effective method of printing your design on a fabric. Starting with a stencil (a.k.a. a “screen”) we apply thick layers of ink to the printing surface. Each color is applied using a separate stencil, layered on one stencil at a time, until they all come together to create the final look of your design. Screen printing has some minimum order quantities, simply because it requires a little extra preparation time and materials. However it’s by far the best option for bright vibrant designs, dark shirts, and specialty items.

Digital Printing

If you require a print with a high level of detail, including photos, there’s no better way to go than digital printing. This method takes your image straight from the computer and prints it directly on your clothing. This method does not require minimum quantities on orders because there is no physical setup.

Dye Sublimation

This method offers greater decorating possibilities than other garment decoration methods. Sublimated garments are bright and colorful, and allow for shading and color gradients, as well as all-over printing. When sublimation inks are heated to 400°F, they turn into a gas and form a permanent bond to 100% white or light color polyester fabric. The result is a premium full-color, photographic-quality image that will not crack, peel or wash away from the substrate This makes it an economical and practical way to customize and decorate a variety of products

Embroidery

If you are looking for a handmade look and feel then this method of stitching a logo or design into fabrics produces an embellishment that’s upscale, polished and professional. Embroidery is commonly used on team uniforms and hoodies and gives the effect of embroidery, but utilizes less stitches