All print methods completed in-house, with expert advice on the best method for your quantity and design.

Vinyl Graphics

CAD Cut Vinyl is a precision printing method suitable for almost all materials. It is the perfect process for names and numbers on sports clothing, as well as one-off birthday or stag and hen t-shirts with text on them. For simple designs, we have a huge range of single-colour vinyls for you to choose from – matte, gloss, fluorescent, reflective, glittery, we’ve got it! For designs with lots of colours, for example photographs, we can print direct to vinyl and apply this to almost any garment. This is perfect for putting photographs or detailed logos onto t-shirts.


Dye sublimation is a printing method perfect for light polyester fabrics and polymer coated items, such as badges and mugs. The design is printed using dye sublimation ink onto an application sheet, then applied to the garment with heat and pressure. The result is colourful and vibrant, and the print is very long-lasting because the dye bonds with the fabric. This process is perfect for printing logos onto hi-vis workwear and sponsor logos onto sportswear.

Digital Printing

Digital printing is an ink application process that uses digital software to process your artwork and print it directly onto fabric using specialised inks. It is best used for big colourful designs, such as stag-do and hen-do t-shirts. With digital printing it is possible to achieve a very high quality and detailed finish, perfect for printing photographs on t-shirts.

Screen Printing

This method involves pressing ink through stencilled mesh, creating a print that sits on the fabric. Screen printing is good for achieving vivid colours on dark fabrics, although the best designs use one or two colours to avoid big setup costs. It is the best method for big runs of hundreds or thousands of t-shirts with the same design, perhaps for a big event or production. If you have a smaller or multicoloured order but would like the ink print finish, digital printing or ink transfer printing are more cost effective methods.

Ink Transfers

Heat applied transfers are screen printed transfers that adhere to fabrics under heat and pressure. The transfers are created using ink, allowing exact Pantone colour referencing, and can be created in batches of 10 to 2,000 prints. These transfers are the most cost-effective print strategy for businesses and individuals with repeat orders. Once you have ordered a batch of prints, we will store them for you to use as and when you require more items printed. This saves money and time because there are no recurring setup costs. 

Stickers & More

We are also able to offer a sticker printing service. Your design is printed onto a sticker reel and the outlines CAD cut for a professional bespoke finish. Stickers can provide the perfect finishing touch to branded PPE and workwear, for example on hard hats. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, we can supply sample garments. There may be a small restocking charge depending on style and quantity.

No, you are welcome to call one of our sales team on 01494 519900, or visit our showroom.

There is no minimum or maximum order. We can handle quantities of 1 to over 5,000.

No, sometimes embroidery isn’t the best option. If this is the case, we will work with you to suggest the best branding method.

Artwork can be supplied as a pdf, eps, ai, jpeg or png file.

Yes, but we may charge for a redraw of the logo once your order is approved.

Yes, we offer a full sampling service on garments and finishes.

We use DPD couriers and the small charge will depend on the size of the sample order.

Orders can be done in as little as a day with our express service. Standard turnaround is 7-10 working days from payment, unless quoted otherwise.

Payment can be made on collection by card, cheque or cash, or via Bacs payment.