Stitches Clothing Co is a state-of-the art production facility that can deliver 12,000+ imprints per shift. No job is too big or too small. Our new and top-of-the-line equipment allows us to decorate some of the largest of orders under some of the tightest time constraints. Our standard turnaround is 3-5 days for screen printing (5-7 days for embroidery), however we can often do the job in as little as a day or two (rush charges may apply).
Our services include:
Looking for a decoration method not listed? Send us a message, it might be something we do offer or have the ability to do for you.
Stitches Clothing Co runs four top-of-the-line automatic presses, which enables us to print bulk quantities in a quick turnaround time. While standard plastisol ink printing is the most common of our print methods, we offer many other services and options to make your items truly custom. Don't see what you are looking for? Ask us, we might have new technics we just have not posted yet!
Simulated full-color process differs from 4-color process (CMYK) in that the inks are solid opaque colors (spot colors) usually printed on dark colored shirts. This process uses 6-9 colors/screens (including highlight white) to make prints more vibrant and realistic.
4 –color process uses the basic CMYK colors and is used for those designs that are made of more colors than possible to print on standard machines. This process is similar to how newspapers are printed. Being that this process uses only 4 colors/screens, colors tend to be more dull than simulated full-color process. However, 4-color process is a great option for printing designs such as event sponsor logos that differ drastically in color from logo to logo.
One option for a vintage look is reduced plastisol ink. This works great for white prints as its less thick than water base white. A reducer is added into a plastisol ink, basically watering it down to have a softer hand.
Discharge is the process of removing the dyed pigment in a garment's fabric, leaving the fabrics natural color behind (a look similar to bleach), and replacing it with a small amount of white pigment. Discharging works best on fabric that is 100% cotton or have been treated for discharge.
Discharge is the process of removing the dyed pigment in a garment's fabric, leaving the fabrics natural color behind (a look similar to bleach). Color pigments can also be added to make colored discharge. Discharging works best on fabric that is 100% cotton or have been treated for discharge.
Water-based printing is a great option for creating a soft hand, distressed and vintage looks. Water-based inks are thinner and work best when printed on light garments or on a dark garment that has been discharged. After washing, the inks have a nearly absent feel to the touch. Another option for a vintage look is reduced plastisol ink. This works great for white prints as its less thick than water base white.
We offer silver and gold glitter inks and can special order other colors by request. Glitters have a sparkle, glitter finish that is slightly rough to the touch.
We offer silver and gold metallic inks and can special order other colors by request. Metallics have a smooth finish.
We offer silver and gold shimmer inks and can special order other colors by request. Shimmers have a slight sparkle and texture.
Foil printing is a method where a thin mylar material is applied with heat over adhesive. The finished product is a high shine, smooth print. We offer many colors of foil, please contact us for options.
Our tone-on-tone printing is created by a special ink mixture we have developed that slightly darkens the color of the garment while having almost no texture. It works on most materials and colors of garments.
We also offer puff, glow in the dark, block out, and more. Please contract us for any other special requests
With a low 6-piece minimum, no job is too small. We offer standard embroidery, 3-D puff embroidery, customization, and patch application*. While our embroidery department is small (only 20 heads) we run multiple shifts to ensure your job is done on time with the utmost quality.
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Standard embroidery can be done on shirts, jackets, hats, bags, etc. Commercial embroidery uses satin, running, and/or fill stitches to recreate a logo or design using thread. There are limitations as to how large and how small embroidery can be done as well as on which materials.
3D puff (3D foam) is a technique where 2-4mm foam is placed under the top stitching of a design to raise or "puff" the surface, giving a 3D look to your embroidery designs. It is most commonly used on structured hats with logos that are simple. 3D puff does not work well on unstructured hats or with logos that have small details. You can also mix 3D puff with regular, flat sewing in most designs.
Patch application is the technique of using a simple running stitch to adhere a woven or sewn patch to a garment.
*Currently we are only accepting jobs for patches on flat garments (shirts, bags) but plan to add hats soon. We do not supply patches, clients must order them and have them shipped to us. Patch application jobs are by approval only.
Whether you want your garments protected for storage or shipping, folding and bagging is the clear choice for finishing. Our resealable poly bags come with a size label placed in the lower corner.
We offer heat pressed vinyl for smaller orders as well as custom names and/or numbers for jerseys and other team items. Have a request for a placement that we can't screen print? Heat press might be the answer! Hoods of double lined sweatshirts, bags, materials that are generally un screen printable, table clothes, etc.
Perfect for clothing lines, we can print the tag information right on the shirts inside back collar.
Have your garments store ready by having hang tags placed on your shirts. Send us your printed tags and let us know where you would like them placed and we will take care of the tedious part.
Do you need something special to create that custom finish to your clients order? Let us know, we might offer it already or be willing to for you!