Using Patterns in Your T-shirt Design
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T-Shirt Patterns

So now that spring is in the air, even if it doesn’t feel like spring outside (it’s currently gray skies in the DC area and my teammates are complaining about the lack of sunshine), it’s time to start adding fun, colorful, flair to your wardrobe and to your custom tees. I look to Jayme’s monitor, and then to Erin’s (our art specialists), and they are both working on similar concepts for their customers’ orders.

Today it’s all about patterns.

There’s no better way to make t-shirts pop than by adding a pattern to text or a fun shape.  We’ve done everything from animal prints like zebra and cheetah to the American flag. We’ve even done argyle and camo t-shirts!  This trend can be applied to a design for any group and they’ll turn out great, but don’t take my word for it, check out some of our latest designs below.

Have an idea for a pattern you want to add to your next design? Give us a shout!

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  1. 43 mos, 2 wks ago

    I like this idea of the T-shirt design, it will give a new cool look to the normal T-shirts.

  2. 9 mos ago

    Hi! I am looking to get a map printed on a shirt. How hard would something like this be?


  3. Adam Levine
    9 mos ago

    Hi Nick,

    Please email and someone in our Sales/Service Department should be able to help you. I do not believe we can do wraparound prints like that, however they would be the best to answer that question or point you in the right direction.

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