We try our best to turn around quotes within 24 hours.
Standard production time is 7–10 business days from the time that artwork is approved, not including outbound shipping.
We’d love to talk.
Sometimes a phone call is worth 20 emails. We need to know some basic information about your project before we can provide you with a quote.
Please keep in mind
- if you have a reorder or new design
- if you have a deadline
- which garments you want
- the approximate quantity, colors, and sizes desired (adult or youth)
- if you already have artwork or need us to create it.
- the number of locations to be imprinted and the number of colors (for screenprint)
We don’t mind shopping for you if you know only that you want a hooded sweatshirt, basic t-shirt, or fleece zip-up, for example, and blank samples can be provided at a rate that is credited when used for your order.
Send an email to
email@example.com or give us a call at 503.236.8400 and we will provide the information you need to get started.
For screen printing, pricing is determined by how many colors and locations you want to print as well as the total quantity and color of your garment. New screens are created and the item is run through separately for each color. Once jobs are set up they are easy to run, so large runs cost much less per piece than smaller runs. Dark colored garments require an initial underlayment of ink that will cost more than printing on light colored garments. Screen setup fees for new designs or reset fees for old ones will apply if we no longer have screens for your project. Special inks like gold foil incur extra charges.
If you are interested in embroidery, the price per piece depends upon the stitch count of your design. Larger, more intricate designs take longer, require more thread, and will cost more. Your design is digitized into a format that our machines can read, and this digitizing process determines the stitch count. Again, larger runs require less setup and cost less per piece than smaller runs. There is a base fee for digitizing that can increase with higher stitch counts.