to Screen Printing?
transfers are a common alternative to the screen printing process.
Transfers allows full color printing on the T-shirt of your
choice. This process however is not a direct print. It
uses a process that "transfers" a photo onto the garment
using a commercial heat press. Unlike screen printing the ink
is not inbedded into the garment. In most instances there are
no minimum orders.
uses thread instead of ink to apply your graphic. This process
can be more expensive but if done right it can give you a very
nice look. Price is based on the stitch count rather than numbers
of ink colors. You need to think size when considering embroidery
- the larger the stitch count the higher the price.
embroidery is your choice make sure to pick a garment that is
thick enough to support the stitching - sweatshirts, polos,
caps or denim work well.
printing on the other hand is more adequately suited for lighter
Freelance has trained embroidery and silkscreen artists that
know how to correctly create artwork for your specific job.
If done right you will save money and your garment will turn