Reply
  • Hey I was looking for a way to put my graphics on shirts/hoodies but I don鈥檛 want a small specific area to print on I want access to the whole shirt/hoodie/rayon

    Any suggestions my stylish friends?

  • Oct 10
    1 reply

    Can you post a example? If you mean you want to do a all over type print I think you usually do that on the entire fabric and then cut and sew it all together

  • Oct 10
    2 replies

    Join the screen printing gang brother

    Only costs you about 500 dollars and tears

  • Oct 10
    2 replies
    RRRBBB

    Join the screen printing gang brother

    Only costs you about 500 dollars and tears

    and cancerous carcinogens smelling up your house/workspace

  • Oct 10
    1 reply
    fiveprxstos

    and cancerous carcinogens smelling up your house/workspace

    God i love the smell of sensitizer and degreaser in the morning

  • RRRBBB

    God i love the smell of sensitizer and degreaser in the morning

    Preach

  • Oct 10
    1 reply
    fiveprxstos

    and cancerous carcinogens smelling up your house/workspace

    The drip is worth it

  • Darkest Angel

    The drip is worth it

    its not

  • Oct 10
    RRRBBB

    Join the screen printing gang brother

    Only costs you about 500 dollars and tears

  • Oct 11
    1 reply
    Darkest Angel

    Can you post a example? If you mean you want to do a all over type print I think you usually do that on the entire fabric and then cut and sew it all together

    You see how you can print on the hoodie pocket? On the sleeves? On a lot of sites you are only allowed to print in middle area of hoodie

  • If you mean like all over print this is a all over print Manufactuer
    instagram.com/aothun.com_all_over_printing?utm_medium=copy_link

  • Wisdom

    You see how you can print on the hoodie pocket? On the sleeves? On a lot of sites you are only allowed to print in middle area of hoodie

    he's on point bro. you would have to print on the pieces of the hoodie before sewing them together to get the design on the sleeves like that. you need to be able to lay the pieces flat to screen print on it correctly

Write a reply...|