You can choose the color, gauge, size, and type of zipper, blazer buttons or sliders available at Zipper Shipper online. They have a wide selection of sewing supplies to choose from. Even if you do not get the exact type of zipper you are looking for, you can have one custom made for you. There are many separating zippers for sale online at Zipper Shipper. Mostly, people look for replacement zippers for jackets, coats, hoodies or even canvas. Separating zippers must be strong and durable because of the type of applications. Zipper Shipper makes high-quality zippers and you may have a separating zipper or any other type of zipper custom made for you.
Important information that Zipper Shipper requires from customers who order custom zippers include the type of zippers, quantity, and the gauge. You should also specify the color. Sometimes, clients may request for zipper by the yard in order to customize the zippers as per their preferences. Zipper Shipper will also help you make a choice depending on the uses of the zippers. They can help recommend the most suitable type of zipper for your applications. Basically, heavy-duty metal zippers are more durable and highly recommended for customers looking for long-lasting zippers.… Read More
Coco Channel famously said, ‘dress shabbily and they remember the clothes; dress impeccably and they remember the woman’. Whether you’re after shirts for fledgling clothing line, merch for your band, or simply ‘…on tour’ t-shirts for your friend’s stag party, no one wants to pay for custom made clothing for a special occasion only to receive a shabby, poor quality product. If you’re thinking of ordering some customised clothing then, make sure you follow the tips below so that people remember you and not just the garms.
Know your materials
Prices for your custom clothing will vary depending on your specifications. There’s usually two main components you’ll need to worry about. The garment itself and the ink used printed onto it.
If you’re thinking of starting a clothing line, quality is going to matter more. You would be better off sourcing the garments yourself and finding a printer willing to work with these than relying on the stock the printer has in, over which you will have less control.
The same applies for band merchandise. I’ve personally been through more band t-shirts than I care to remember. Usually, they fall apart at the seams as a result of excessive sweating in mosh pits. If threadbare shirts full of armpit holes are the aesthetic your band is going for great, otherwise try and get something more durable.
Try and find out the ink the printer will be using. We’ve all had t-shirts with a rubbery plastic design printed on that … Read More