October's London T-shirt printing office is located on Lots Rd, Chelsea, London
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We have been t shirt printing, screen printing, garment sourcing and offering embroidery since 1990. We supply a wide array of clothing and accessories in order to suit the most demanding of specs. Though we screen print and embroider for a variety of sectors, our speciality is designer fashion.
With this in mind we offer a full service, as well as garment sourcing, graphic design advice, range development, technical screen print and embroidery help and advice, label supply, relabelling, retail presentation, swing ticketing and mass distribution.
Our key service offers include:
T-shirt Printing (screen printing)
Screen printing is mostly what we are about - hand printed, in Britain, by craftsmen ready to admit to having a dodgy tattoo. There are many of decisions for us to make around artwork films, screen meshes and tensions, we will take you through that, but your most important decision is which ink to use…
Embroidery - in the past chosen throughout our sector to embroider a school sweatshirt or a plumber's polo, done properly though it may still be a great touch…Lyle and Scott have sold quite a few cardys off the back of it after all. And the methods are alot more varied compared to what they were, by using special stitching choices, appliques and the Three-dimensional raised effects so essential for your New Era style 59fifty flat peak…although we continue to be faithful to the discretion of the smaller, tone on tone adornments, as an understated way to lift a brand's profile.
Garment sourcing - as in pre-made clothing. Custom Garment Manufacture has it's very own section found in the services area. Now we've lost some great people in search of the ideal T….it is not easy, and there are 1000's on the market, even before you begin and think about sweatshirts, hoods, polo shirts, and drop crotch ball-room chinos.
Sourcing the best garment is not just about what we like….it is about what sells best, into the appropriate market segment . For instance, our preferred T may be made of bamboo, soft, fine and luxurious…now I know I'm right on this, it's the most attractive, BUT, I also understand that there will be those who will don't agree. It's not all about me. So we may suggest sourcing a mid-weight T just like Classic Jersey, still super soft, but especially with internet sales it is going to cover more bases. It's semi-fit, not loose or snug, and heavy enough for the DC shoe donning skater dudes in their cut off cargos and white socks, but light enough for your All Saints types…we have to date perhaps only looked at clothing as a shopper - now we have to put that behind us maybe, push back our New Era 59fifty snap backs, and look with a more commercial eye…or do what I do, and fly in the face of all commercial sense, because I do love a bamboo T. Kind regards, Mr Hypocrite.