Case Study

HTV THAT OUTLASTS THE GARMENT

Heat Transfer Vinyl that lasts for 50 washes We were recently at the Pure London event at Kensington Olympia and one of the most startling revelations came from designers and their expectations for Heat Transfer Vinyl (HTV). Many of the people we met thought that 10-15 washes are the standard when using HTV. The time is now to expect more from your garment. If you want to build a clothing brand based on being known for a premium product then you need to start using Stahls' HTV. Our HTV has been designed to last for 50 washes. This means that the garment will be 'worn out' before the vinyl is. How to get Stahls' HTV Stahls' vinyl is available in up...

Using a Cutter to Create Custom Apparel

Watch how Cap Swag in Berlin, New Jersey plans to expand their custom garment printing capabilities with a cutter and heat transfer vinyl. The most recent episode of the reality heat printing series Stahls’ TV Blueprint, takes an in-depth look at Cap Swag in Berlin, New Jersey. If you’ve been considering using a cutter to create custom apparel, this is invaluable information. The show tells the story of how Cap Swag has evolved from a strictly licensed goods retailer to more of a hybrid, offering both licensed goods and custom printing. Already a big name on the East coast for licensed caps, with multiple locations in Berlin, Wildwood and Ocean City, owner and president Mohammed Easmael explains their strategy for...