Originally, the Print Shop began as printing for clothes, hoodies, t-shirts only. Since its inception the range or produce includes mugs, pillow cases, money boxes and now fridge magnets.
- Making and researching the designs for the items
- Uploading the designs to the in house software program
- Ensuring the vinyl is sized up correctly on all the items being made
- Setting the machine to cut the design
- Weeding the design including removing the backing from the vinyl
- Placing the design on the item and pressing.
The work that goes on in the Print Shop is part of our curriculum as the students work towards their Design Project Open Award.
New Designs Price List
|Children’s T-shirts||Age 5/6||£5|
|Adult Hoodies||All Sizes||£25|
|Children’s Hoodies||All Sizes||£15|
|Pillowcases||Made to order||£6|
For more information please contact: Gemma Sutton on 01925 224 899 or email email@example.com
Earlestown Cricket Club
“… I just wanted to say thank you so much for Khovan’s hoodie it’s amazing! Great quality too! It gets washed almost daily and it’s still in excellent condition.
I’ll be back for more things soon!!”
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