Vinyl printing uses vinyl to create graphics on a t-shirt.

The design is contour cut on a machine, weeded, and then heat pressed on a garment.

This process can be tedious but the results are worth it.

The finished product is long lasting and fade resistant.

However, you must properly care for the garment to yield optimal results.

Wash garments inside out, use cold water only and hang to dry.

If done properly, your vinyl will outlast your shirt.


Vinyl printing is cool because it comes in multiple colors and textures. Glitter, flock, velvet or glow in the dark are just a few types that can make your garment unique.

This method is also an alternative option when your design has multiple colors making it a cheaper option compared to screen printing.


Flock gives your design an added dimension and a soft, suede feel that is a perfect alternative to embroidery.