Printing names, numbers and logos on athletic jerseys is a staple of most heat printing shops. Watch these videos to learn about specific printing opportunities across a wide variety of sport jersey applications.
Decorating Team Uniforms can be a very profitable addition to your existing business. Join educator Josh Ellsworth as he teaches viewers to use pre-cut heat transfer letters and numbers in addition to pre-spaced numbers in order to create outstanding and dynamic two-color designs.
Step up team uniform decoration with new, interactive number styles. STAHLS' TV Presenter, Joe Burt demonstrates how interactive heat transfer numbers set you apart from other apparel decorators with their unique design and distinct points that vary between the left and right digits.
Don't like layering heat transfer materials? You can still get that layered look by creating a two-color or three-color design using gap outline numbers with pre-cut heat transfer numbers. STAHLS' TV Presenter, Joe Burt demonstrates how using gap outline numbers can help you achieve a layered effect with just a one-color application.
When heat printing onto mesh fabrics, it is important to separate the garment layers to keep the sides from melting together. Stahls' TV Presenter, Josh Ellsworth demonstrates 3 techniques using a threadable heat press and a non-stick pad protector that will give a flawless result.
Heat printing soccer jerseys with different types of material like flock or metallic can add texture to names and numbers for a professional finish. STAHLS' TV Presenter, Josh Ellsworth demonstrates how to heat press Flock & Fashion Film Electric heat transfer vinyl to both a home and away jersey.
Grow team uniform sales heat printing racerback softball tanks for women's leagues. STAHLS' TV Presenter, Josh Ellsworth shows you how to decorate these uniforms using heat transfer vinyl and a heat press.