• Get Into the Game with Team Sets

    Get Into the Game with Team Sets

    Learn how Stahls' Team Sets can help you get into the uniform customization game.

  • 5 Ways to Print T-Shirts with a Heat Press

    5 Ways to Print T-Shirts with a Heat Press

    5 Ways to Print T-Shirts with a Heat Press

  • Heat Printing Hats

    Heat Printing Hats

    Heat Printing Hats

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How To Create Multi-Media Designs With SimStitch

SimStitch® letters and numbers are a great alternative to embroidery for decorating sports uniforms with a heat press. SimStitch® gives the look of sewn embroidery but permanently applies with just a heat press. It’s made from Perma-TWILL® with a laser cut simulated zig-zag stitch, no sewing required. SimStitch® can be paired with different… read more

July 9, 2018 Leave a Comment 

Tip Jar – CAD-CUT® Airflow™ Let’s You Breathe

Video thumbnail for youtube video CAD-CUT Airflow - New Breathable Heat Applied Film

Hope all of our readers had a great New Year and a Merry Christmas! We’re back with our weekly Tip Jar post. In this edition we highlight a new product that just hit the CAD-CUT materials line up called CAD-CUT Airflow. CAD-CUT Airflow is a pretty cool material in that… read more

January 4, 2011 Leave a Comment 

Tiaras and Team Uniforms with Taylor


Taylor, Miss West Michigan Outstanding Teen

Part 4 of 5: Project Photo Shoot by Cara Cherry, Public Relations & Advertising Meet Taylor. Beautiful and smart, Taylor is a High School Senior. She is also currently serving as Miss West Michigan’s Outstanding Teen through the Miss America Organization for 2010. Of course, her beauty queen smile is… read more

December 27, 2010 Leave a Comment 

A…B…C, It’s Easy as 1…2…3!


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The basics of Pre-Cut Lettering and Numbering. By Peggy Elliott Stahls’ ID Direct™, known for years as Stahls’ Lettering, invented die cut lettering back in 1932, the same year the company was established. The original kick press (shown on the left) was the first die cutting press used in the… read more

September 1, 2010 Leave a Comment