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Print & Embroidery & Garment Wash

We collaborate with a diverse network of suppliers, providing an extensive range of printing, embroidery and garment wash.

Water Base Print

Water-based printing utilizes soft, breathable inks that penetrate the fabric of garments, creating prints that feel seamless to the touch. When executed properly, water-based screen printing produces vibrant, crisp designs.

Similar to discharge printing, but for white and light garments. Super soft prints unite!

Discharge Print

Discharge printing is method of applying your design to dyed fabric by printing a color-destroying agent to bleach out a white or light pattern on the darker colored fabric. In this way, water printing can apply on dark color fabric and make the graphic more breathable.

Plastisol Base Print

Plastisol base printing is a type of silk screen printing where the ink sits on top of the fabric, creating a soft plastic layer. This method is highly versatile and durable, suitable for printing on various fabrics. It is one of the most commonly used printing methods due to its reliability and versatility

High Density Print

High-density printing, also known as 3D printing, involves applying a thick layer of emulsion to create a raised print effect

Puff Print

Puff ink is a type of screen printing ink mixed with a foaming agent that expands when heated. Initially printed flat like regular ink, it puffs up as it dries, creating a raised effect. This technique is commonly used on custom t-shirts, hoodies, and crewneck sweatshirts.

Flock Print

Flock printing involves adhering numerous small fiber particles, known as flock, onto the surface of clothing. This technique provides designs with a velvety, fluffy texture.

Gold Print

It’s silk screen printing using gold ink.

Silver Print

It’s silk screen printing using silver ink.

Reflective Print

Reflective ink is a specialized choice for screen printing, requiring an external light source to reflect light

Cracked Print

Cracked print is a textile printing technique that creates a cracked effect on fabric by using special printing materials or methods.

Direct Print

Direct printing, also known as direct-to-garment printing (DTG), is a modern textile printing technique that involves printing digital designs directly onto fabric using specialized printers. .

Reactive Direct Print

Reactive Direct Print is a method where dye is applied directly to fabric, creating vibrant and durable prints.

It is commonly used in the textile industry for printing on natural fibers such as cotton, linen, and rayon.

Chenille Embroidery

Chenille embroidery is known for its raised and textured appearance. This technique involves stitching rows of French knots onto a fabric foundation using a thick thread such as chenille or yarn. The knots are then carefully opened up to create a fluffy and three-dimensional effect.

Embossed

Embossing is a method that produces a lasting design using a metal-engraved die and a precise combination of time and temperature. This process involves pressing the areas surrounding the mark, resulting in a raised or puffed appearance for the embossed logo. Materials such as cotton, polyester, leather, pleather, fleece, and polar fleece respond effectively to this technique. Embossing offers a sophisticated look and serves as a distinctive alternative to conventional decorating methods.

3D Embroidery

3D embroidery involves adding an extra layer of foam beneath the embroidered design to create a raised or three-dimensional effect.

Flat Embroidery

Flat embroidery involves stitching designs directly onto fabric surfaces using thread, creating two-dimensional patterns or logos.

Embroidery Patch(finished edge)

Embroidery patch involves stitching fabric pieces onto a base fabric to create decorative designs

Wowen Patch(finished edge)

Wowen patches are decorative emblems stitched onto fabric

Snow Wash

Creates a faded, vintage appearance with streaks or spots of lighter color.

Pigment Wash

The pigment wash technique is popular for creating a worn-in, vintage aesthetic on garments, giving them a comfortable and relaxed feel. It allows for customization in terms of color intensity and fading patterns, making each piece unique.

Sand Wash

It involves washing garments with sand or abrasive materials to create a distressed and faded look.

Stone Wash

Stone washing is a textile finishing process that involves washing garments with pumice stones or other abrasive materials to achieve a worn-in, distressed, and softened appearance.

Dip Dye

Dip dyeing is a textile dyeing technique where fabric is partially dipped into dye to create a gradient or ombre effect.

Bleach Dye

Bleach dyeing is a textile dyeing technique that involves using bleach to lighten certain areas of fabric, creating unique patterns with a lightened effect.

Tie Dye

Tie-dye is a popular textile dyeing technique that involves tying, folding, or twisting fabric and then immersing it in dye to create unique patterns with blotches or stripes. This technique has ancient origins but has seen a resurgence in modern times, blending fashion with art.

Garment Dye

Garment dyeing is a textile dyeing process where finished garments are dyed after they have been manufactured, as opposed to dyeing the fabric before the garment is made. This technique allows for unique color effects and variations, as well as the ability to achieve specific color shades that may not be possible with pre-dyed fabrics.

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