We are ready for any job with our lines of heat transfer vinyl, printable vinyl, flock, twill, and more.
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It’s (1). Yes, that’s right, just one. Only one. You tell us what you need, and we’ll help.
Hoodies are always one of the most popular pieces of apparel for all ages and all sports. Heat transfers are an excellent choice when it comes to printing hoodies because you have so much more flexibility with design placement, as well as customization.
Everyone’s lives have been affected in some way by the Corona Virus pandemic. We must do our best to help lift each other up (from a distance), stay positive, and stay healthy. The WhiteWolf team has been working hard to create mask for everyone’s use.
The HTV we use is CPSIA Certified. Let us know and we’ll provide you with a certificate from our supplier.
High end corporate apparel can lead to big profits. In this niche, customers are more concerned about quality than price. Much of the corporate apparel contains the materials Lycra, Spandex or Elastane. These materials improve durability, makes the item colorfast and gives it some stretch. But these materials also change the way you need to heat print.
Baseball hat decoration has come a long way in the past 10 years. Gone are the days of only letters & numbers on the front. Not only are consumers asking for different types of hats (trucker, fitted, snapback, strapback, flexfit, 5-panel, visor) and different materials (cotton, wool, acrylic, felt, nylon, polyester), they now want the placement of the design all over the hat.
Printed promotional apparel is among one of the most popular categories of promo items. From casual to formal, outdoor to accessories, apparel is something everyone loves. This go-to choice turns your recipients into walking billboards for your brand!
When it comes to customizing t-shirts and other apparel items, there are two main ways to get a logo or other artwork onto the product: heat-transfer printing and screen printing. While both methods essentially transfer an image onto fabric, there are plenty of differences and situations where one method might be better suited than the other.