Screen printing is an ancient printing technique that uses a
fine mesh, tightly stretched over a frame, to support an
ink-blocking stencil. The stencil forms open areas of mesh
that transfer ink forced through by a squeegee passing over
This process lends itself well to printing direct on the garment
but can also be used to create a screen printed heat transfer.
We generally prefer printing direct to garment. However, heat
transfers give much better results on fabrics with course
surface textures and on thick pile material.
Whatever the job - get in touch and we can discuss the best
method to achieve the result you want.