It’s Friday and I had so much activity and response to yesterday’s posting on Chagrin Falls and the importance of small business in America. I wanted to say thank you to all my readers and especially to those who commented. One of the purposes of this blog is to invite feedback from the heat printing community and the world at large. Some of those who commented would prefer I stick to heat printing topics. Next week I have more examples of printing on towels and I will also be talking more about what I experienced at the Long Beach Imprinted Sportswear Show. There is more to tell. But in the meanwhile, have a great weekend and remember to be kind to someone today!
Ted, I am happy to have found your blog after 16 years in this business, off and on. I have a monster 6-head embroidery machine that has ruled my world for awhile now; however, I love the business. Two questions: 1. I am looking for the ability to order heat transfers that are “flocking” rather than goof proof ink. Do you work with that material? I no longer have an Ioline cutter, and would rather have them cut by you. (2) I use Transfer Express quite often. Also, I checked out Great Dane Graphics yesterday. Many times, I find parts of your clip are in the “Idea Book”, but since I have Adobe Illustrator, I want to take your “swirl” or “spartan head” and work on it in my own program to create my camera-ready. Aside from the portal in the website that enables us to see a “draft” … how would I get access to eps’s of the different graphics to put together the camera-ready for you to produce transfers from? Thank you for your time.