Screen printing is arguably the most versatile of all printing processes. It can be used to print on a wide variety of substrates, including paper, paperboard, plastics, glass, metals, fabrics, and many other materials. including paper, plastics, glass, metals, nylon and cotton.
Screen printing is one of the oldest methods of creating custom apparel. The process of creating screens with your design on it and laying ink down on top of the fabric. This process can be completed on multible substrates with multible colors.
In order to screen print, we have to create a screen for each color you would like on your shirt. The more colors you have in your design, the more expensive the shirt will be, but the more shirts you buy, the cheaper the each shirt will become.
- 100% preshrunk cotton; Ash Grey is 99/1; Sport Grey is 90/10
- Seamless rib at neck
- Taped shoulder-to-shoulder
- Double-needle stitching throughout; Neon Blue, Neon Green are 50/50
- Antique Colors (Cherry Red, Irish Green, Jade Dome, Orange) are 90/10
- Dark Heather, Heather (Military Green, Red, Sapphire), Midnight, Lilac are 50/50
- Blackberry, Russet, Safety Green, Orange & Pink, Sunset, Tweed are 50/50