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Our design shown is super playful with lots of cool space graphics and colors. West Division champions 2023 shirt It looks like a cut and sew product, but we’re going to show you how we achieved this through screen printing: Using a soft plastisol ink, print in four locations: front, back, and both sleeves, for an all over look. Because our sponge fleece is so premium, it compresses smoothly, even over the heavy seams and pockets, without any texture or breakage. For our design, we topped it off with a four color SPACE print using red, purple, blue and yellow. We recommend printing on our White or Vintage White Street Fleece to really make your design pop. Our method would fool most screen printers, leading them to believe it was a cut and sew piece. Would you do this design any differently? What part will you try and how will you make this your own? Let us know how it worked out for you in the comments below!
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