Design Placement Guide and Videos

You can download your copy by clicking here.

You can download your copy by clicking here.

Are you looking for more information on how to size and position graphics on t-shirts and other garments? If you haven’t already downloaded your copy of The Ultimate Guide To Design Size and Placement, you can do so by clicking here. It’s filled with printable worksheets and everything you need to know about proper design sizing and placement on garments for perfect heat printing. Just like the old saying, “measure twice, cut once” it’s always better to double check your placement before printing, even if you’ve been doing it for years.

But if you would rather learn by watching instead of reading, we also have six videos available that explain graphics placement. Just click on the title to get a link to each individual video. They include:

Placement Tips for a Ladies’ T-Shirt

Josh Ellsworth from shares tips on printing ladies’ T-shirts, which are usually differently shaped and sized than men’s.

Placement Tips for Full Color Graphic On a T-Shirt

Full color graphics are great, and this video shows you the step-by-step process of placing full-color graphics onto a standard T-shirt for a flawless finish.

Heat Transfer Placement and Position

Learn from the transfer printing experts. These tips from Transfer Express will help you correct some of the common placement mistakes in the T-shirt business.

Placement Tips For Hooded Sweatshirts

Hooded sweatshirts have specific alignment requirements so the design can be seen, this video gives you insider tips to measure and place graphics on both the front and back of a hooded sweatshirt.

Placement Tips for Printing the Back of Hoodies

This Transfer Express blog post gives you tips for getting the placement right on the back of popular hoodies. Make sure to take a look at other helpful hoodie resources in this excellent post.

How to Center a T-shirt Graphic

Stahls’ TV gives you their top 3 tips for centering a T-shirt graphic.

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