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The Exciting Growth of the Custom T-Shirt Printing Industry

There’s never been a better time to own a custom t-shirt business than 2024. If you’re new to screen printing or you’ve been building your business for years now, you’ll be happy to learn that the outlook for the industry is quite rosy. Continue reading below as we highlight some exciting reports about the projected growth of the industry and what you can expect in the coming years. 

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How to Sell Custom Screen Printed Apparel

Starting your custom screen printing apparel shop gives you an exciting opportunity to flex your creativity and technical skills while exploring a lucrative career path. But, when it comes to knowing how and where to sell your apparel, you can be left with many questions as you navigate the early stages of your business. 

In this guide, we’ll discuss some of the most common channels where you can sell your custom screen-printed apparel. 

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Screen Printing Trade Show Events to Attend in 2024

One of the best ways to stay on top of industry trends, familiarize yourself with emerging technologies in the field, and network with other screen printing professionals and vendors is to attend trade shows. 

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2024 Screen Printing Trends: What You Need to Know

2024 is in full swing, and if you want to take this year by storm and know what’s in and what’s out for the screen printing industry this year, we have you covered. As you continue reading below, we’ll talk about some of the hottest trends taking off in the screen printing space in 2024 and provide you with helpful tips to implement them into your own business. 

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Holiday T-Shirt Screen Printing Ideas for December 2023

The holiday season is in full swing, and if you're a screen printer, there's still time to infuse some festive flair into your offerings–or save these ideas for next year! Whether you're looking to spread the holiday cheer or offer unique gift options, the following t-shirt ideas are here to inspire your creative process. 

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Screen Printing Resolutions: How to Elevate Your Craft in the New Year

The new year is quickly approaching, and with it, many screen printers are finishing off the year strong with the rush of the holiday season. But, even while you’re busy with orders this time of year, you can still look forward to the year ahead and acknowledge your growth opportunities. This is the perfect time to set your resolutions and goals for 2024 so you can elevate your craft and stay at the forefront of what’s new in the industry. 

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How to Prevent Ink Cracking: 4 Helpful Tips

Ink cracking is a common problem that screen printers deal with, and it is to be expected to some degree, especially when you’re just starting out. However, there are some ways to help prevent cracking, which you can check out in the following tips and suggestions for high-quality and long-lasting prints. 

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Exploring the Different Types of Squeegees: Which is Best for You?

To newcomers, it may not seem like the choice of squeegee you use when printing can make a difference, though the truth is that it can largely impact how your designs turn out. To help you get the best results, you need to know about the main types of screen printing squeegees, their characteristics, and which one is best suited to your project. 

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5 Common Mistakes when Printing with Plastisol Ink

Plastisol ink is one of the most common types of ink that screen printers use. Characterized by its vibrant colors and thicker consistency, plastisol ink tends to be quite forgiving, even for beginners. However, there are some common mistakes that people make when using plastisol ink that can detract from the overall appearance of the finished product. 

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Best Practices for Creating Multi-Color Prints

Screen printers who create designs with multiple layers of colors can add depth and dimension to their prints. But, this is a more advanced technique that takes some practice to get right. 

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