The most important part of making custom apparel is creating and submitting YOUR LOGO or artwork.  Your logo printed or embroidered onto a garment is what makes the finished product unique and valuable to your organization.  Therefore, it is important that your graphic art be of high quality.  Below are some suggestions for submitting quality artwork that results in the best prints/embroidery/embellishments.

PRINTING TYPE:                                                      FILE TYPE/SPECS:

Screen printing line art                                            Vector artwork (Adobe Illustrator or Corel Draw files at 300 dpi)

Screen printing CMYK                                             Photoshop file or high resolution image JPG/GIF/PNG at 300 dpi

Digital printing                                                          PNG file without a background color up to 1440 dpi

Sublimation printing                                                 Photoshop file or high resolution image JPG/GIF/PNG up to 1440 dpi

Embroidery                                                              Vector artwork (Adobe Illustrator or Corel Draw files at 300 dpi)

Vinyl                                                                         Adobe Illustrator or Corel Draw files

It's also helpful for us to have a mock-up or layout of how you want your garments printed/embroidered if you have one.  If you don't, we will most likely prepare one for you before we produce the garments to ensure that we understood your order correctly. You can also choose to download our form and add your instructions.  However the information is transmitted, the important part is that we understand the project correctly and our workers make your order the way you want it.  

Providing us with information on sizing (how many inches wide do you want the graphic?), placement (how many inches down from the neck seam?), colors for inks (what pantone number is the red?), etc. is helpful for ensuring you get the shirts the way you want them.