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Apparel Types

There is so many different ways to apply your logo/ design onto a piece of fabric. With every year that passes, there are new and fantastic ways to print onto things. Some ways are thousands of years old, and some are new and up-and-coming. Screen printing is best for large amounts of prints, while embroidery is best for professional attire. It all depends on your needs! But either way, I can find exactly what you need. We can work through the details of your projects and find that sweet spot of print.

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Direct to Garment

D2G is a relatively new technology that emerged in the 90s, and has only recently become a viable alternative to traditional production methods, but is still only offered by a handful of t-shirt printers. As the name implies, D2G uses ink to print directly onto the fabric or item of your choice. It goes straight into the fibers of the fabric, meaning you don’t feel the design or ink when you touch it.

Ideal for: shirts, sweaters, totes & more!

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Screen Print

Screen printing produces vibrant and durable designs based on how many colours are in your design. This versatile process can be used on a variety of materials and is a great cost-effective way to brand or decorate your apparel for a high volume of pieces.


Ideal for: shirts, sweaters, totes & more!


Embroidery is an effective and professional way of branding your apparel through thread design. This long-lasting application will maintain it’s integrity and last you many years of wear. Embroidery can be applied to more products then you can count!

Ideal for: jackets, hats, polos & more!

Heat Press

Heat Press is a process which employs heat to bond vinyl to a garment or to permanently imprint a design through the process of sublimation.


Ideal for: mugs, water bottles, towels & more!

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