You’ve started a brewing company that’s grown into a household name. People love your brews so much that you’ve decided to make shirts as a way to share in the pride you all have. The tricky part is that people come in all shapes and sizes. How are you going to make a shirt that looks good on everyone? The good news is enough cuts and fits exist for you to find what works best for your brand. In this post we go into detail about shirt sizing and fit so you can learn what your brand needs.
It started as just an idea – your company began as a one-person side job, with a couple of designs and a dream. Now it’s grown to a full-time business, with a small army of people working in your house just to get all your t-shirts out to your loyal customers. You’re constantly distracted because you have so many orders coming in, which is awesome, but you have so many other things demanding your attention that you can’t focus on the things that got you here – designing great apparel and selling and marketing your brand.
There are tons of different t-shirts brands out there, so don’t feel bad when you have no idea where to start when ordering yours. Hopefully this guide can help you out. Here are our four best t-shirts for screen printing:
With the custom apparel industry constantly growing and evolving, it may feel harder and harder to distinguish your brand. If you want your brand to stand out beyond just the quality of the screen-print itself, as well as increase your brand presence, check out the ways that apparel finishings can help you achieve that. We will go into detail about what we offer here at Threadbird, and how it can benefit your brand. Read on to learn how you can grow your tribe!
As a team of people passionate about custom apparel, we spend a lot of time talking about screen printing trends and looking at new products. So we thought we should share with you some of the new stuff we like and trends we see, like the return of the oversized t-shirt, a passion for pull over sweatshirts, and from a sales volume point of view, the power of the Anvil 980 tee and the Canvas 3939 zip hoodie. So let’s dig into the how’s and the why’s of these trends to learn more.
Professional screen-printing is widely done mainly using machinery, but there are some manual parts in the steps. This means better overall quality versus other methods, but with it come a few things to keep in mind. These 10 common screen printing misconceptions hold true for screen-printers all around the world.