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I am starting my own clothing brand. I am looking to use 100% pre shrunk ring spun cotton for t shirts.
i am looking at using plastisol heat transfer paper, where would I get that paper from?
Also, I am looking for a heat press, what criteria should look for...
I have been making shirts for a while and I am very into my own way of doing these. I am SOO sick of the weeding for black/colored shirts whether its vinyl OR Jet Opaque weeding.
I recently just got a client who wanted a large order and I ordered my transfers for the first time. I...
Hello good day every one,
Im in the search for a good quality heat transfer paper that last for at least 10 washes before it fades ive use a few different brands but they fade away after the first wash i recently change my printer to one that uses pigment ink but the same thing happens i...
I am after a little bit of advice.
I have a printer and I am using sublimation ink for my sublimation transfers, however I am also using dark transfer paper, I currently have PPD. After a couple of days, the images go really blurry. Is there a reason for this?
Hi guys, I'm still new to all this and I'm unsure if I'm even in the right forum!
I have made some dark t shirts but I keep getting little patches like this when I pull the paper back. (this isn't my photo but it's the same issue)
I am using sublimation ink as I use this for my normal...
I really hope I'm posting in the right forum. I'm trying to set up a business selling clothing with my own designs on. I have a heat press and Cricut (only while I test the market), I've purchased some Jet Opaque heat transfer paper and I've purchased some pigment ink for my old Epson...
I Have been making shirts for about 5-6 years. I read the forum from this account and another and have been doing so for years. We all know that JET PRO SS is for LIGHT COLORS. I have only used it for white other than trying it on black as a novice lol. I would like to ask the the community...
So I've used dark transfer paper for a red t-shirt I have for printing a snowman and the white came out opaque and faded, so how could that be solved? Is it becahse I applied to much pressure and did it for too long?
So I'm new to the whole t-shirt business. I've been wanting to start my own clothing brand, building my way from t-shirts to eventually doing more like pants, shoes, etc. I've invested into a heat press and some other supplies like a cutting board, printers, and so on. I've been playing...