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Very good advice!!!Adam Wyles wrote: ↑Wed Sep 21, 2011 2:47 pmKev, you will before long have what every garment decoration company has....the testing shirt. This will be covered with heat transfers, embroidery and other ways of decorating clothing. Some will pressed correctly, others back to front with some even being upside down. You have to do these tests to get it right and learn!Newbie Kev wrote:Luke,
That's brilliant - thanks for the help. I'm sure I'll get the hang of lining it up straight - might practice on the cheaper garments though!
If positioning heat transfers is a concern for you, some of the cuttable and printable medias have a self adhesive carrier sheet which will allow you to place you transfer on the garment, hold up the shirt and check that the positioning is correct for your customer.
It is a learning cutve, but you do learn fast. Good Luck.
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