Embroidery is our most commonly used form of decoration. It doesn't wash or fade out, and the threads used typically outlast the life of the garment. It's perfect for decorating garments of higher value like hats, polos, jackets, and sweatshirts.  Professional, clean, and durable - embroidery is a favorite for your corporate or team apparel.

Personalize your pieces with embroidered names and numbers.  Popular placements for names on apparel include:

- Left sleeve
- Back neck
- Calf

Screen Printing

Screen printing involves creating a stencil or “screen”. Then using those stencils along with a squeegee type blade to apply layers of color to create the specified logo. Screen printing is ideal for minimal color logos and larger quantities of shirts. 

The price for screen printing is based on the amount of colors and the quantity of garments. There are no minimums but it can get expensive if you want to screen print under six items. 

Tackle Twill Crests

Get the pro style look on sweatshirts or jerseys with a full twill embroidered crest.  By using a combination of tackle twill and embroidery, twill crests create a sleek multi-dimensional embroidered look.

The initial setup costs can deter customers from going with this method of decoration but we at the shop think it's worth the investment! 

Digitally Printed Vinyl

Printed with our in house digital printer, dried, then applied with a heat press. Heat transfers are a great lightweight option for your sports teams, bachelor/bachelorette parties, and smaller corporate orders.
There is an initial setup fee involved but once that is set up, it's just the cost of logoing the garment. Ideal for small quantities of shirts and logos with lots of colors and detail.  There is no added cost for amount of colors like screen printing 

Sublimated Twill

“Sub on Twill” crest are perfect for multi-color and/or detailed designs as there’s no upcharge for amount of colors like screenprinting. Printed ink is transferred onto a piece of white twill using a combination of heat, pressure and time. They are then sewn onto your apparel with either a zig zag stitch or merrowed edge.