Direct-To-Garment, T-Shirts

IMG_3572_2.jpgSylvia and her sisters were planning a trip to Las Vegas for a long weekend of fun. They decided to have matching shirts made to commemorate the occasion.

With some design direction, we came up with what you see here and printed it on American Apparel tank tops with the direct to garment printer. Each one was even personalized on the back, which couldn’t have been done as easily or cost effectively with traditional silk screening.

Lisa & Karla

Direct-To-Garment, Embroidery, Other, Polo Shirts, T-Shirts

408-fido1_1.jpg408_fido2.jpgLisa & Karla of Fido & Company are opening up a canine country club here in San Diego. A high end doggie care and spa center so they wanted a professional look for their staff.

We started by having their logo digitized for embroidery with custom thread colors that they chose. Then we embroidered it on a variety of polos, button-down shirts and tees that will be used as uniforms.

We also took the logo and set it up for printing on the direct to garment printer and made all different kinds of t-shirts and baseball shirts for fun and promotional purposes.

Give us a call and let’s talk about how we can help you promote your business.


Direct-To-Garment, T-Shirts

407_rodri.jpgThe Rodriquez’s came in looking for shirts for their business but only had their logo on a printed brochure. No problem!

We scanned in the logo and then easily printed it on their shirts with the DTG. Now their staff can be walking advertisements for their business.


Direct-To-Garment, T-Shirts

403_upick.jpgWhen you start a business it’s important to get the word out and we think using t-shirts is a good way to do it. Make your family, friends and customers into walking advertisements.

Chelsea chose a variety of Pigment-Dyed tees and because we did them with the direct to garment printer she was able to have them printed in a variety of different colors that complimented the shirts without additional set up fees.

Dot & Adrien

Direct-To-Garment, T-Shirts

401_dota.jpgWendi contacted us because they were having a bachelorette party weekend for Dot and they wanted matching shirts to commemorate the occasion.

With some direction of art work and colors we came up with a design that they loved including “Cheers!” in French and Polish! We printed them on Gildan Heavy Cotton tees for high quality results at a reasonable price.


Direct-To-Garment, T-Shirts

321_tech4.jpgDoug contacted us to find out more about direct to garment printing. He had designed a t-shirt logo for his development team but with fine details, color and effects it wouldn’t work well with traditional screening.

Once again it’s DTG to the rescue. With printing of up to 600dpi quality and virtually limitless colors the designs came out great. And unlike with silk screening we were able to scale the design to fit perfectly on various shirt sizes with out additional setup fees.

SDSU Field Stations

Direct-To-Garment, T-Shirts

306_sdsu.jpgJP contacted us about shirts for an event his project at SDSU was attending.

They provided the art work, we scaled it and printed it on the front and back of Hanes Tagless T’s in the color natural.

The results looked great and the DTG helped save on the per color setup fees of traditional silk screening and were ready within days and not weeks.

Iggy Racing

Direct-To-Garment, T-Shirts

306_iggy.jpgMore Direct to Garment printing for Iggy Racing. This time his logo on white and royal blue shirts from Gildan. Using the DTG means printing that’s long lasting as well as light and breathable.

Cuyahoga County Public Library

Direct-To-Garment, T-Shirts

305_cuya.jpgIan contacted us about getting shirts for his department at the library, the issue was he didn’t have the artwork readily available.

No problem! We were able to trace his graphics and recreate them for printing using the Direct to Garment printer. We then printed them on an assortment of Hanes Beefy-T shirts in a variety of sizes from small to 3-xlarge in both short and long sleeved styles.


Direct-To-Garment, Other

225_keith.jpgJust when we thought we knew all the uses for the direct to garment printer Keith came up with a new one. Chair covers!

We took an image of his dog Matilda and printed it in color on the muslin covers this way when they put them on the chairs it will look like the dogs are sitting at the table.

A neat idea brought to life by the DTG…