EMBROIDERY Embroidery is sewing a design, type or logo onto a garment with special thread. It gives garments a higher perceived value and works very well on fleece and heavier weight garments.
FOIL PRINTING It combines heat and pressure to transfer foil to a garment. Foils come in many colours and patterns, and create dramatic accents or overall designs on all fabric colours and weights.
SCREEN PRINT A technique that uses stencils and ink to create designs on garments. It is the most economical method for producing large quantities that involve cotton or cotton-blend garments.
SUBLIMATION This process utilises heat-sensitive inks to create long- lasting, full-colour, photo-quality reproductions of digital images. Sublimation is well suited for 100%polyester garments.
PUFF PRINT LETTERING Amethod for creating a 3D design by screen printingwith an ink containing a unique foaming agent or puff additive that expands when heated. Ideal for simple designs.
GLITTER PRINTING A special clear glitter topcoat is screen printed on top of the coloured design to add shine and impact to your design. This technique canwork on all colours andweights of fabrics.
DISTRESSED AND CLEAR INK Distressed printing gives screen prints an intentionally weathered look. Clear inks can be used to add a glossy shine or dimension to a design.
NEON COLOURS Using this two-step screen printing process helps you achieve the brightest possible colour on a garment. It works by printing transparent neon inks on top of a white opaque base.
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