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Dream Big – Oversized Garments Aren’t a Problem

by Matt DeLaere, Marketing

As we say below, “big things stand the test of time.” To wit, while this post originally appeared on the Stahls’ blog back in 2012, the quality of its advice is as large as ever. Keep reading (and watching) to learn how decorating big garments doesn’t have to be a big hassle.

Big things stand the test of time. From the Great Wall to the Brooklyn Bridge, we remember projects that took time, effort, and planning. As a heat printer, you might not be able to decorate the Empire State Building, but you can take on big projects. And it isn’t as hard or time-consuming as you might think.

In this Production Tip Jar video, Josh Ellsworth of CAD-CUT® Direct shows how easy it can be to decorate large items, such as blankets, shirt sleeves, or in this case, pant legs with heat transfer vinyl. Just because an item doesn’t fit directly on your heat press doesn’t mean that it can’t be decorated. Watch this video and see how easy it is.

Video: Pressing Designs that are Larger than Your Heat Press

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