Capitalizing on trends such as oversized graphics are possible with a heat press. Watch these videos to learn techniques and applications for oversized graphic heat printing.
The signature style of the pom pom jersey gets a fresh new look in a comfortable hooded style, offering additional opportunities for uniquely personalized fall spirit wear. In this video, Stahls' TV educator Courtney Kubitza will teach decorators how to decorate an oversized look, with additional areas for personalization.
Popular prints like plaid are popping up for the fall season in new and trendy styles, making them a great item to start printing for today's hottest spirit wear looks. In this video, Stahls' TV educator Courtney Kubitza will teach decorators how to create a personalized plaid look with a bold athletic number.
If you're searching for a different look that is sure to sell this fall season, be sure to check out the Varsity Sweatshirt by SanMar. Its lightweight feel and soft hand is perfect for a Friday night football game. In this video, Stahls' TV educator Jenna Sackett teaches decorators how to take this already stellar blank and turn it into a fanwear goldmine.
If you're looking to expand the items you offer to more than just t-shirts and jerseys for the fall sports season, then consider printing bottoms as a perfect addition to every shirt sale. In this video, Stahls' TV educator Jenna Sackett teaches decorators that joggers in the apparel marketplace aren't going anywhere, so it's time to get creative when it comes to printing.
Are you dreaming of turning your hobby into a full-time business? In this live classroom, Stahls' TV educator Jenna Sackett as walks decorators through how to expand an apparel crafting hobby into a full-time job through sales strategies and marketing techniques, including how to expand your product line.
Offering printed over-sized shirts is a great way to maximize profits in your decorated apparel business. In this video, Stahls' TV Educator Jenna Sackett shows decorators how to heat press over-sized shirts using pre-cut heat transfer letters of popular Stahls' products such as CAD-CUT® Thermo-FILM®, CAD-CUT® Glitter Flake™, and SimStitch®.
The fall season is upon us, and that means a plethora of new trends in the apparel marketplace, including zip-ups, hoodies, pants, and sweatshirts. With these fall garments, they usually present the obstacle of zippers, pockets, and differing materials. In this video, Courtney Kubitza will show you eight popular trends in fall apparel and how to print them with a heat press.
Heat printing oversized shirts is one of the largest and most lucrative sales opportunities for apparel shops today. In this video, Josh Ellsworth shows you how to capitalize on these trends using the Pennant Billboard Hoodie, a heat press, and heat transfer vinyl to create a masculine look for men's apparel.
Seen across mainstream fashion, oversized shirts have quickly become a hot sales item for apparel decorators. In this live broadcast, STAHLS' TV Presenter, Josh Ellsworth shows you how quick and easy the Billboard Crew from Pennant Sportswear is to print using your heat press.
Oversized applications and outdoor applications are profitable and possible. STAHLS' TV Presenter, Josh Ellsworth gives you the how to info you need to decorate a pop up canopy or tent with your standard heat press.
Table throws present new opportunities to increase profits. Stahls' TV Presenter, Josh Ellsworth shows you the fast and easy way to print these high margin items with graphics that are larger than your heat press.
When creating a wrap-around effect on garments or just creating a large design can put your graphic outside the pressing area of your heat press. Stahls' TV Presenter, Josh Ellsworth shows you how to press large, oversized graphics that require more than one press to complete the job.
Open up new sales opportunities printing the legs of sweatpants. Stahls TV Presenter, Josh Ellsworth shows how to print an oversized graphic down the leg of a pair of sweatpants using a 16" x 20" heat press.