Reactive printing uses steam to chemically bind the ink to the fabric whereas with pigment printing, the ink is laid on top of the fabric. Reactive printing creates a fabric that has a softer hand and is more fade resistant.
You can read about our printing process here.
Most of our fabrics are organic except our bamboo spandex jersey and small box waffle.
Yes, and if there are specific bases you are interested in please let us know at email@example.com.
Yes, we are always looking for more designers! If you are a designer or know of a designer who might want to join our team please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes! Most of our bases are considered exempt and our french terry fabrics have passed flammability testing as a level 1 material.
Please send us an email if you would like a copy of the compliance certificate.
You have a few options! For custom printing you can:
Once you have your design picked out or uploaded, you then choose the fabric base you want, the scaling of the design, and finally the quantity of yards you need.
We also have pre-printed fabric in-stock that you can choose from.
All of our prints have a minimum of just a 1/2 yard.
Scaling will come down to your project and personal preference. You can decide how large you want the images in your print to be. Choose a design in our shop then use the rulers to get the print to the right size.
Right now we offer credit cards, debit cards, and PayPal.
We aim to keep our turn arund time from time of order to time of shipping at 3-5 business days. Half yard options have a TAT of 7-10 business days. However, if you are ordering over 40 yards it may be longer. Please reach out to us at email@example.com if you ever have questions about our current turn around time.
We ship all order from Massachusetts using USPS.