Sewn on twill, or tackle twill, is a technique in which pieces of fabric, usually a poly/cotton twill, are cut out and then
sewn or embroidered onto your garment providing a more professional look.
What Is Embroidery Appliqué?
Embroidery appliqué is a non-woven, super soft material that looks great on sweatshirts and activewear. It provides a classic look that is durable and washable and is ideal for
creating vintage designs.
A Note About Embroidered Monograms:
A monogram is a motif made by overlapping or combining two or more letters. Monograms are often made by combining the initials of an individual or a company, used as recognizable symbols.
Classic three letter monogram layout for an individual is with the last name initial larger and in the center of the monogram (first name - last name - middle name) John Q. Smith : JSQ.
A Note About Screenprinting:
Buy in quantities of 24-pieces or more and take advantage of low pricing to screenprint one or two color graphics. Low prices, no setup fees.
T-shirts are an absolute classic look, but there are many different styles and features to consider when you design custom t-shirts.
With hundreds of options to choose from, it can become overwhelming to find the exact t-shirts you want.
LogoSportswear is here make your experience an easy and rememberable one when you buy custom t-shirts.
With our expertise in the custom t-shirt market, we will break down all you need to know before deciding which t-shirts are for you.
How your custom t-shirts look makes the first impression with people.
With many different styles of t-shirts, you will find exactly what you're looking for when you design custom t-shirts.
Knowing how your custom t-shirts will be worn will make your ultimate decision much easier.
The standard when it comes to everyday t-shirts are crew-neck t-shirts.
Many people flock to crew-neck t-shirts when they buy custom t-shirts for almost any occasion.
The fit is familiar and the style is constant. Everyone feels comfortable in a crew-neck custom t-shirts.
The cousin of crew-neck t-shirts are the custom ringer t-shirts.
With a very similar neck line, the ringer t-shirt has a contrasting collar and fitted sleeves.
The main alternative to crew-neck t-shirts are v-neck t-shirts.
As form-fitting t-shirts become more popular with many younger people, bands and streetwear brands have been giving the v-neck t-shirt a comeback.
Mostly popular with ladies, some guys have even started adopting the v-neck style.
When you buy custom t-shirts, there are many features that you can choose from when picking the perfect t-shirts.
Are your t-shirts meant to be worn at work, or will they be making a fashion statement?
Either way, we'll have the exact t-shirts you're looking for.
One of the most popular type of t-shirt right now are dry performance shirts.
Personalized dry performance t-shirts are made of a polyester material that wears closer to the body than normal cotton or blends and also will not absorb liquid the same way cotton does.
Polyester also maintains its shape over time, so need to worry about shrinking.
If you're looking for a t-shirt to wear on hot summer days outside or just heading to the gym for a workout, a dry performance t-shirt will be a great choice.
Another great feature to look at before you design custom t-shirts are antimicrobial materials.
Antimicrobial t-shirts have the ability to eliminate body odor and harmful bacteria present in our sweat.
On top of killing odor and bacteria, you will also be able to save money at laundry time.
Antimicrobial t-shirts can be worn multiple times in between washes, due to the shirts ability to eliminate germs that would normally be present.
Looking for a softer, lighter, more form-fitting t-shirt?
Then fashion t-shirts are what you need.
With narrower cuts and shorter arms, Fashion t-shirts are becoming more popular with teenagers and college students.
No longer are they forced into a boxy looking t-shirt, they can now wear something that fits their style.
Fashion t-shirts also tend to be made of lighter weight material and are almost always cotton, which means there might be some shrink over time.
Many people buy custom t-shirts for their employees to wear as part of a uniform.
While most people work indoors, there are still many people working outside that would benefit from ANSI Compliant T-Shirts.
ANSI Compliant t-shirts let your employees stand out while working in potentially dangerous areas like highways and busy streets with bright yellow or orange t-shirts.
Along with being safe and easy to see, you will have shirts that will wick moisture away to keep cool during those long days in the sun and will reduce staining with soil release features.
When most people think about custom t-shirts, they envision the all cotton t-shirt that has become iconic over time.
While 100% cotton t-shirts are still very popular, there are a few more options today in the t-shirt market.
With blends, polyester and synthetic materials fighting for your attention, the decision to design custom t-shirts will come with a few more options.
100% Cotton t-shirts continue to be the most popular of all the t-shirt fabrics available for a few different reasons.
Cotton t-shirts are available in many different weights.
This means construction companies can buy heavyweight 6 oz. t-shirts for their employees that will stand the test of time.
On the flip-side of things, younger people who are looking for a light t-shirts that already feels worn in, can find a 4 oz. t-shirts.
They are going to be more concerned with how it feels rather than how it will wear over time.
Gone are the days of polyester being a four-letter word.
Today, polyester is being used for custom t-shirts that need to work with the person wearing it.
Known for its ability to maintain size and shape over time, polyester t-shirts are becoming more popular with active people.
Polyester t-shirts give you better range of motion than its cotton counterpart and also helps you stay cool when things get warm.
Because it is manufactured and not grown, polyester brings a higher price tag in most circumstances.
But with the numerous features you gain, most people have no problem making the jump to customized polyester t-shirts.
In the middle of these two fabrics is a blend material that brings you aspects from both cotton and polyester.
With cotton/polyester t-shirts, you can expect to some of the best qualities of both combined within one t-shirt.
Meshing the softness of cotton, with the fit and non-shrinking nature of polyester, you can design custom t-shirts that will keep everyone happy.
After you pick the perfect t-shirts, you now have to decide how you want to design your custom t-shirts.
With LogoSportswear's ability to offer many different types of personalization, you will be able to pick which method works best for you.
If you are looking for the most options when you design custom t-shirts, then you will want to pick a print design for your custom t-shirts.
Printed t-shirts can be 1-color, 2-color or full color.
1 and 2-color designs are great for text on t-shirts or very basic logos.
Full color designs can give you the exact look you're going for, without having to sacrifice or change your design.
Printed designs can also be displayed much larger on the t-shirt, with a maximum size of 11" by 16".
With printed designs, you can also choose to have multiple items printed on your custom printed t-shirts.
This works great for team uniforms that need a design or logo on the front and a name and/or number on the back.
Another option when it comes to putting a design on your custom t-shirt are embroidered t-shirts.
Instead of printing a design on the shirt, our embroiders will stitch your design on the right or left chest area of your custom t-shirts.
Many businesses choose embroidery over print because they see embroidery as being more permanent on custom-made t-shirts that will get worn often.
With embroidery, your design will be limited to a size of 4" by 4".
We are committed to offering the best service, at the best price! We will beat any published competitive quote to design custom t-shirts.
Normal turnaround is two weeks from logo approval. Rush delivery available at higher rates.
In-house graphics, embroidery, and screenprinting, saves you time and money. Buy custom t-shirts without minimum order or set-up requirements.
Please email us at info@LogoSportswear.com or
call 877-535-5646, Mon. - Fri. 8:00am - 8:00pm EST for assistance with your custom t-shirts needs.
We will only use your email address to send you special offers from LogoSportswear.com. We will
not sell your email address to any third party. You can change your email frequency or opt out at any time.
Your digital logo needs to be "stitch-ready," for embroidery machines to sew onto garments. We will convert your custom logo into a rich, three-dimensional, embroidery format absolutely FREE. You need only purchase (6) embroidered garments of any one style. This FREE, Intro Special promotion saves you $50! And, once your embroidery logo is set-up the first time, you can easily re-order without minimum order restrictions. (Offer does not include full back embroidered logos)
We're Willing To Invest On Our End To Build A Long-term Relationship With You.
Need It Faster Than 6-Days?
Get 2-3 day Processing*
Number of Business Days
SuperFastTrack UPS 2-Day Air *Adds Extra 25% To Order
2-3 Days +
SuperFastTrack UPS Ground *Adds Extra 25% To Order
2-3 Days +
1-5 Days from CT
FastTrack UPS 2-Day Air No Extra Charge
5 Days +
FastTrack UPS Ground No Extra Charge
5 Days +
1-5 Days from CT
Processing Time - Time it takes to produce and fill your order
Transit Time - Time it takes UPS to deliver your order