Available t-shirt colors:

ash Ash
azelea Azelea
vlack Black
carolina blue Carolina Blue
daisy Daisy
Dark chocolate Dark Chocolate
Forest Green Forest
Gold Gold
Heliconia Heliconia
Indigo Blue Indigo Blue
Jade dome Jade Dome
Kelly Kelly
Light Blue Light Blue
Light Pink Light Pink
Lime Lime
Yellow Haze Yellow Haze
Maroon Maroon
Natural Natural
Navy Navy
Orange Orange
Orchid Orchid
Purple Purple
Red Red
Royal Royal
Safety Green Safety Green
Sand Sand
sapphire Sapphire
sport grey Sport Grey
tan Tan
texas orange Texas Orange
white White

 

Silkscreening design guidelines

The following guidelines are here to assist you in preparing your art for your silk-screen project.

High Resolution versus Low resolution

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This sample is a high-resolution
graphic. It is 300 dpi or greater.
The lines are crisp and clear and will reproduce cleanly. No clean up work
is required.
This is a low resolution graphic that was taken from the web and enlarged. The edges are fuzzy and will require a lot of clean-up prior to printing.

Best reproducable text

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Because silk-screening is not print, small text may sometimes be difficult to print. For small text, we suggest using a san-serif font set at 10 points or higher. Above is an example of a comparison between a sans-serif font and a serif font set at 10, 12, 14 and 16 points.

The 10 point Sans-serif font will reproduce on a silkscreen design whereas the 10 point serif font will be difficult to reproduce on a t-shirt or other garments.

Explanation of Sans-serif versus Serif fonts

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Sans-serif fonts have no stems or
any fancy embellishment at the
ends of the font. They are usually
blocky in appearance.
Some popular sans-serif fonts are:
Arial, Helvetica, Impact, Kabel

Serif fonts usually are decorative or have curved stems. Some popular Serif fonts are:
Times New Roman, New Century Schoolbook, Palatine, Typewriter, and Bodoni.