Customize shirts, polos, hats, and more with an embroidered design. CustomInk features Free Shipping, Live Help, and tons of design ideas for embroidery.
Can you do embroidery on custom ink?
Embroidery – Stitch it Up
No problem. Our embroidery service will sew your design directly into your garment using multicolored thread for a classic homespun style.
Can you buy one item on custom ink?
From just one to over one thousand, Custom Ink can print as many items as you need for your unique cause or occasion! For some of our most popular styles, you can order just one item through our digital printing service. See a list of these products in our No Minimum product category.
Are custom ink shirts screen printed?
Custom Ink offers two different methods of printing, in order to provide a process that best suits your artwork. We offer traditional screen printing for the majority of our products, as well as digital printing on selected items.
What material does custom ink use?
Custom Ink – Glossary of Terms. Fabric material is made entirely of cotton fibers. Cotton and polyester are blended evenly to produce this comfortable, breathable fabric. An extremely soft blend of 60 percent cotton and 40 percent polyester materials.
How much does custom embroidery cost?
Embroiderers often charge by the number of stitches per garment as well as thread color changes. You could expect to pay anywhere from $5-$10 each for custom-embroidered ball caps to $20-$30 each for golf shirts, in addition to a digitizing fee.
Does custom ink do hoodies?
Custom Ink is the custom sweatshirts expert for your team, school, company, or any occasion. You can make your own crewneck sweatshirts, hoodies, zip-hoodie, quarter-zip hoodie, or even fleece pullovers in our best-in-class Design Lab or choose from thousands of our free design templates.
Can you make money on custom ink?
Custom Ink Fundraising gives you the tools you need to create a fundraiser built around sales of custom designed t-shirts or other apparel. Our platform is 100% free to use, and if your page generates funds, we pass those funds along to your chosen beneficiary at the end of your fundraiser.
Can you order multiple designs on custom ink?
Yes! If you have one design but want to order it on multiple styles, Custom Ink will always give you the best volume price for your entire order. Here’s a review of your options for ordering on multiple apparel styles. Add additional styles in the Design Lab.
How long do custom ink orders take?
Standard delivery is guaranteed to arrive at your door within 14 days!
Where does custom ink make their shirts?
Personalize Your Own Made in the USA Gear
Custom Ink even operates all of its facilities within the U.S., including its entire customer service & sales force. On top of that, we offer thousands of free graphics and fonts, which you can use to create your awesome t-shirts in our fun & easy-to-use design lab.
Are screen printed shirts good quality?
Pros: Screen printing has a lot of pros, first being the high quality of the print. Your t-shirt prints are going to be more vibrant in color compared to on-demand printers. And if you’re using water-based ink, the print will feel softer and last a lot longer.
Which printing is best for T shirt?
Machine based screen-printing is one of the best and most adopted t-shirt printing technologies. The technology uses screen printing inks that are thicker in nature and creates vibrant and durable t-shirt designs. But, this technology only works if you have bulk orders or prepaid design orders.
Does custom ink print anything?
GO – Custom Ink will print designs that:
Support intellectual property rights by using authorized images and content, including those owned or legally authorized to be used by the customer.
What brand of shirts does custom ink use?
Cool and socially-conscious, American Apparel is a Custom Ink staff favorite. We love their premium lightweight fabrics, huge selection of fitted tees and loungewear, and “made in the USA” approach to manufacturing products.
Does Custom Ink own your design?
Designs created using the text tools and images available through the site are in no way the exclusive property of the customers who assemble such designs. CustomInk.com retains the right to display such designs or offer them (or variations of such designs) to other customers.