Embroidery, Screen Printing and Heat Transfer
One screen (mesh stencil) is used for each color to be printed - screens must be lined up (or registered) and printed on test sheets to ensure that all of the colors line up correctly. Inks are then pushed through the screens one color at a time onto the apparel. Finally, each piece is run through a large dryer to cure the inks.
Heat transfer decorating is traditional on sports jerseys for names and numbers, but also a great way for designs and logos as well.
Companies and organizations who wish to display their brand can choose from a wide array of ways to decorate a shirt. You want to make sure you are choosing the right method for your company.
Embroidery remains one of the top methods of logo apparel decoration for a number of reasons.
Kelly did an awesome job making some sweatshirts for my friend Ole, owner of Vermont Skydiving Adventures. She went above and beyond making sure they were perfect. She's great at keeping you informed of the status of your order, too.
Lake House Studio did a great job designing my new logo for my business which was used on a large quantity of new clothing I had done including shirts, sweatshirts, and hats. The screen printing has held up better than any apparel I have had done in the past by other companies. The embroidered logo you did looks perfect, I look forward to working with you again, and having you do plenty more items for my business. I would highly recommended you to anyone who is looking for quality screen printing, embroidery, design work!
Lake House was a perfect fit for us! Kelly was easy to work with. Very detail oriented. We received our order a week earlier than expected all neat and organized. Kelly was also able to take our 30 year old logo and polish it up a bit. Thanks Kelly we will be back!