With the summer disappearing quickly into our rear view mirrors, thoughts are inevitably turning towards picking out our warmer clothes for the cold winter months. It’s time to stash away those shorts and t-shirts and break out the hoodies, jackets, and sweatshirts!
Whether you are looking to implement new items into your company’s uniform, create something special for your sports team or promote an upcoming event, just because printing on t-shirts may not be appropriate at the moment does not mean that your options have dried up.
Printing On All Garments
Whilst t-shirts are the most common garment we print on, despite the fact that garments such as sweatshirts, jackets, and hoodies are typically made of a thicker material, we can still utilise our range of innovative methods to create our high quality products to brand your fleeces www.pass4lead.com/ with your company logo, strapline, or to display a specific message.
The methods of branding we use include:
- Computer Generated Transfer Print
Each of these methods bring with them their own unique advantages & can be used to provide distinctly different looks to create your required outcome.
If you would like an embroidered finish to the premier level of branded fleeces available in the UK, we will use our digital artwork (we can scan your artwork if you require), we can create a jacquard. This is a computer program which controls the embroidery machine detailing where to stitch and what thread to use. Once the jacquard has been created we are able to download your image on to our state of the art machinery and embroider your logo on to the garments of your choice.
If you have a relatively large number of items need to be branded with the same design, screen printing can offer the most effective and affordable solution.
Our highly experienced & skilled design team can separate your image and create positives ready to make screens. A screen will then be created for each colour & then applied consecutively 648-244 on to your chosen garment for a stunning result.
If you would like more information please call us on 020 8330 3040 or email [email protected] for more details.