To Sew or Not to Sew? That is the question!

Thanks Jason at Primetime Papers for sending us this photo of your recent custom twill lettering job. The shirts turned out really nice, great choices on the different colorways.

Thanks Jason at Primetime Papers for sending us this photo of your recent custom twill lettering job. The shirts turned out really nice, great choices on the different colorways.

Cheryl S. in customer service at Stahls’ ID Direct recently received a phone call from Jason at Primetime Paper thanking her for helping him with his recent order. He wanted to let her know how great the shirts turned out. What was unusual about this was that Jason hadn’t done many twill orders in the past and he was still able to get these stunning results. He says he looks forward to his next twill order. Happy we could help Jason. Fall is a huge season for twill and you shouldn’t let the fact that you don’t often sell it stop you from trying it. Even if you don’t have an embroidery machine or offer sewing in your shop, you can still offer your customers high quality twill lettering and logos using your heat press. Here are some commonly asked questions when it comes to twill:

Q: What is the difference between Perma-TWILL® and Poly-TWILL?
A: Perma-TWILL has an adhesive that forms a permanent bond to the fabric once it is heat applied, so there is no need to sew it. The adhesive on Poly-TWILL is used for tacking purposes only. It must be sewn to secure the design to the fabric.
Q: Is there any to get the look of sewn twill without having to sew?
A: Yes. You can try our patented SimStitch.® This is a great way to create the look of sewn twill without a sewing machine. You can get permanent results using your heat press.  If you have any questions about decorating with twill, feel free to call us or visit our website, where we have many how-to videos on the topic of twill. Wishing everyone a happy and safe Labor Day weekend. Be kind!
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