T Shirt, Hi Viz & Workwear Printing in Cumbria - Stitch & Print

Printed Designs for Fun or Workwear

 

Stitch & Print are the Cumbria based experts in a variety of the latest print processes, allowing us to produce one-off designs as well as large volume orders on a variety of garments including t-shirts and hoodies. We aim to accommodate the requests of all our customers, so feel free to email office@stitchandprint.co.uk with the details of your order to get an instant quote.

 

We have tens of thousands of stock designs to choose from, and our in-house printing team also strive to print any design or company branding onto the garment of your choice. We have successfully printed complex designs from Cumbrian firms and companies large and small across the UK! Costs can vary depending on the colours and size of the print design, and we can advise you on the best process for your requirements.

 

Screen-printing

Full colour designs can be printed using screen-printing, a very versatile print process. Inks are directly applied to the garments, and this process is suitable for both dark and light coloured fabrics. This process is very economical for larger quantities of fifty or more garments, rather than small runs, due to the high set up costs involved.

 

Direct to garment printing (DTG)

Direct to garment printing also involves using full colour prints directly on to the garment, and it is also suitable for light and dark coloured garments. The process is similar to screen printing, but DTG printing can allow for just one print of a design. This process is slightly more expensive but one-off prints are more economical as a result of lower set-up costs.

 

Transfer printing

Transfer printing involves applying ink to a transfer before then applying it to the garment. This process accommodates one-off print runs and is available for coloured garments. Transfer printing is highly economical for full colour one-off prints and small batches, the only downside being a ‘patch’ style print.

 

Transfer printing (white)

Again full colour designs are transferred to transfer sheets that are then applied to the garment. This process is different to standard transfer printing, and is suitable for white, and natural cotton coloured garments. The ‘patch style’ print for lighter garments is much lighter weight than the one required for the coloured ones. The only side-effect of using this process is that the white areas within the design are prone to darkening over time.

 

Transfer Vinyl printing

In transfer vinyl printing a single colour vinyl is precisely cut to the desired shape or font and then heat-sealed to the garment. Heat-sealing is suitable for most fabrics. Transfer vinyl printing is great for party tops and high-visibility work wear. The advantages of transfer vinyl printing are that it is a durable and hard-wearing form of customising a garment, as well as being very economical. However it isn’t as ‘fashion friendly’ as some of the other printing processes listed above.

 

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    SOLS Imperial T-Shirt
    • SOLS Imperial T-Shirt
    • Embroidery from *
    • Transfer from *
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    SOLS Regent T-Shirt
    • SOLS Regent T-Shirt
    • DTG Printing from *
    • Embroidery from *
    • Transfer from *
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    SOLS Ladies Imperial T-Shirt
    • SOLS Ladies Imperial T-Shirt
    • DTG Printing from *
    • Embroidery from *
    • Transfer from *
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    SOLS Ladies Justin Vest
    • SOLS Ladies Justin Vest
    • DTG Printing from *
    • Embroidery from *
    • Transfer from *
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    Fruit of the Loom Super Premium T-Shirt
    • Fruit of the Loom Super Premium T-Shirt
    • Embroidery from *
    • Transfer from *
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    Heavy Cotton T-Shirt - Fruit of the Loom
    • Heavy Cotton T-Shirt - Fruit of the Loom
    • Embroidery from *
    • Transfer from *
*vat included at standard rate
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