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Types of Club Tina printing

Which technique to choose?

To personalize your garment, there are several types of markings or printing techniques. Whether they are handmade or industrial, they differ mainly by their solidity, their process of realization or their correspondence with the fabrics used.

Embroidery, silk-screening, digital transfer, flocking, cresting ... what are they? What kind of printing to choose? And on which type of fabric?

If you are interested in the specifics of the printing techniques that Club Tina offers and you wonder which one to choose, we leave you with the rest of our blog post 🙂

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Club Tina offers two types of embroidery filling: satin embroidery and tatami embroidery. But what are the differences?

  • Satin embroidery, also known as "bourdon stitch" or "damask stitch" is useful for outlining designs, embroidery patterns, borders, fine lines or letters. Therefore, it is a stitch that measures no more than 8 millimeters.

  • Tatami embroidery is the realization of embroidery stitches produced in rows and can therefore "fill" the desired design or pattern. Tip: It is possible to control the stitch density with tatami embroidery by adjusting the pattern, stitch spacing or length.

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The transfer, otherwise known as flocking, is a very qualitative printing technique. Indeed, this solution offers a high definition effect on your designs or desired patterns. The process is simple, the desired design or logo is printed on a paper that will be affixed, hot, on the textile.

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At Club Tina, screen printing is used because it corresponds to both technical and soft clothing. Its difference with the transfer is that this technique will act on the textile and not just be applied on the garment!