- Can I place a full order for custom apparel from JHF Designs?
- So I understand the designs can be custom, but we want something to be simple. Is that possible?
- I see one of your designs; I like most of it but some of it is not for me. What can I do?
- I have seen some of the sample shirts and they tend to fade rather quickly, why is that?
- How much does it cost?
- Does JHF Designs keep my designs on file? What if I need them again?
- I have an old shirt that has a design that I would like to recreate. Can you do that?
JHF Designs will get artwork ready for printing or embroidery. We do not have the equipment to manufacter the end product. We will send the files to the desired vendor of your choice. If you do not have a vendor, we have several that we currently work with to provide the end product. These are visable on the vendors page.
The only gear available for purchase directly is JHF Designs apparel.
Of course it is. It is all based on what you request. If you want to limit the amount of colors, just have text or a simple image, we will be glad to accommodate. A lot of our designs are very complex and colorful. We can always simplify them for your needs. Contact us and we will be glad to help.
All of our designs are completely customizable. We do not just substitute department names and call it a day. We work with our clients to come up with the best possible fit. Most of the time that tends to be the most unique as well but of course that is up to the specific client and their wishes.
There are a few ways to get the computer generated images onto the shirts themselves. One of the ways is by using a giant printer for clothing. This is called a digital print. Because it is done by computer there is no setup fee per design. It is a more cost effective process for purchasing one or two shirts because there is no setup fee, but compared to a silk screened t-shirt, they will fade quicker. Cost is around $19 to $22 dollars a shirt*. The silk screen t-shirt is the most common. This is done with thick ink put onto the shirt through screens that have a custom image cut into them. The only problem is that you have to pay a setup fee for the screen that has your image on it. T-shirts will be around $10 to $15 a shirt with a fee of about $75 to $100 for set up*. This is a great method if you are buying in bulk because the set up fee will be bypassed by profit or breaking even. Silk screen shirts donít fade, but they crack and eventually the ink falls off. No method lasts forever.
All of our images can be done whichever way you choose.
*The prices above are all subject to the clothing printing business you choose. They are not our fees. They will vary and could be way more or less than shown.
Prices will vary depending on the amount of hours and complexity of the job. If you send us your idea or scope of what you want, we will be happy to give you a quote.
We save the designs on our storage drives. We send the files over to whomever you request, and will be happy to send them again if you need.
Yes, send us a flat picture of the shirt so we can take a look at it. We will be happy to assist you and get a quote on what it will cost to recreate it. We have done many of designs this wa