If you want to create great looking screen-printed designs on hooded sweatshirts, you should know that paying attention to a few variables which are specific to hoodies will be the best way to get great results.
In this article, we'd like to share some tips which make it easier for you to please your screen printing shop clients, whether they are ordering just a few hoodies or larger runs.
Pay Attention to Thickness
If you want good results, you should alter your off-contact to twice what you'd typically do. These settings usually work very well for sweatshirts. As well, we recommend utilizing an effective pallet adhesive, as fleece is prone to moving around and this will ensure that the image doesn't shift or throw off your registration which will result in blurry prints. Also, you should think about the different features of hooded sweatshirts when you are designing the art for hoodies. For example, make sure that the design doesn't lie too far down on the sweatshirt. If it does, the pocket might be in the way.