Age 5-6 24 ", Age 7-8 26", Age 9-10 28", Age 11-12 30.5", XXS 32/34", XS 34/36", S 36/38", M 38/40", L 42", XL 44/46", 2XL 48"
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Embroidery is by far one of the most popular ways to decorate your branded apparel. Designs are stitched onto your garment. This gives a long-lasting decoration and is suitable for all job sizes. Ideal for everyday uniform such as polo shirts, tees, sweats, coats, hats and bags.
Heat Pressed Vinyl
Vinyl is cut and applied to the garment by an industrial heat press. The vinyl can be either printed or cut from solid coloured vinyl. It can also be used on a wide range of fabrics as compared to dye sublimation, which typically only works on polyester fabrics. Ideal on: T-shirts, activewear, sweatshirts, backpacks, teamwear, uniforms, sweats, sports apparel and more.
Ideal for light coloured polyester garments, such as sports tops. The printed design is heat pressed onto the garment and bonds into the fabric. Ideal for Mouse pads, golf shirts, athletic gear, t-shirts, lanyards, socks, jerseys, tote bags.
Screen printing got its name because it literally pushes the ink through screens. With a multi-colour print job, each colour requires a separate screen. This is why there’s a limit to the number of colours in screen printing (we recommend 4 or less), and why the cost increases with each colour addition. Screen printing is one of the most common types of decoration, and the most cost effective option for larger quantities. Ideal for runs of 20 plus of T-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies.