If you have a design that you would like to get printed - either onto t-shirts, hoodies, aprons or tea towels, please contact us & we can help you decide which print method would suit best.
Depending on the design, screen printing can be the most cost effective way of putting your design on a large number of garments. The process to create your screen is expensive so there is a minimum number of shirts that we will print using this method. If you have less than 25 T-shirts and do not want to pay the minimum charge of £50.00, then Digital Heat Transfer can often be a better option.
The file types that we prefer to receive are Adobe Illustrator (.ai); (.eps) files, Photoshop (.psd) or CorelDraw (.cdr) files.
We also accept .JPG .GIF .BMP & .TIFF with the highest resolution and largest size of your image possible (300 DPI or greater preferred). We can either redraw these or have them redrawn for you. A charge may apply if we need to send this out to be done.
As you will be aware, the better the artwork you send us, the better the garments will look. Take time to get it right before you send it to us.
Screen printing is charged by the number of colours your design has. It doesn’t matter to us if you have a large logo on the front or a small logo on the sleeve, the print price is the same.