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Personalize apparel or items for your team, club, business, organization, or group with individual names and numbers using various methods - Screen Printing, Heat Transfer Vinyl, Embroidery, and Tackle Twill.
Screen printing is the process of transferring Plastisol ink onto a surface through a stenciled mesh screen to create a printed design. One color is applied at a time, so several screens are used to produce a multi-colored design.
Cotton, Polyester, Cotton/Poly BlendLearn More
1", 2", 2.5", 3"
4", 6", 8", 10"
heat transfer vinyl
Heat transfer vinyl, also known as HTV, is a specialty vinyl that can be used on certain fabrics and materials to create designs and promotional products. It comes in a roll or sheet form with an adhesive backing so it can be cut, weeded, and placed on a surface for heat application. HTV is offered in single standard colors, glitter, matte, foil, mirror, textured foil and holographic.
Standard & Reflective: Acrylics, Cotton, Polyester, Cotton/Poly Blends
Metallic Foil, Textured Foil & Holographic: Cotton, Polyester, Cotton/Poly Blend
Font: Any font can be used
Sizes: Any size can be used with limitation to surface area
Embroidery is the technique of applying designs a desired surfaced with a series of stitches using needle and thread. Machines stitch out digitized designs through our advanced embroidery software.
Types of Applications:
Outline: A continuous embroidery stitch that creates an outline of a design.
Filled: Stitch patterns or fill stitching that fill an area to create a design.
Fabric: we offer a collection of specialty fabric that can be used in place of tackle twill patches.
Tackle twill is the process of applying pre-cut pieces of material to a desired surface with the option of two stitch types, Zig-Zag and Satin. A bold 3-D effect can be created by adding multiple layers.
Zig Zag: A sereies of back-and-fourth zig-zag stitching along the broder of the fabric design
Satin: A series of parallel stitching that provides a dense and solid border around the fabric