The holiday season is here. If you haven’t already, it’s time to start checking as many to-dos as possible off your list. If one of those tasks is to purchase gifts or branded swag for your company or sports team, or you have a lot of family and friends to buy gifts for, consider designing custom-printed or embroidered hoodies.
It’s much easier than you might think, especially if you use R&P Prints Canada. They have a wide variety of high-quality clothing and accessories, low minimum order quantities for smaller businesses (and families), and you can complete an entire order online from start to finish.
Hoodies make for a great holiday gifting choice because they’re warm, comfortable and versatile. They can be worn as an outer layer both indoors and out. During winter, they provide a crucial layer as a way to cover your head without having to worry about losing your toque. And since at least three out of four seasons in Canada are at or below sweater weather, you can rest assured that your gift will be appreciated – and used.
Some of the Benefits of Gifting Custom-Printed Hoodies
Depending on the fabric used, most hoodies, like those made of fleece, jersey knits or cotton, add to their versatility and effectiveness in several environments and use cases. With the right design, quality materials and construction, custom-printed hoodies can benefit both your company and employees (or family) for years to come by offering the following:
- working outdoors early in the 20th century. This is why you can wear them as an outer layer during outdoor activities.
How to Design a Print or Embroidery For a Custom Hoodie
Whether you sell custom hoodies with your own designs, a company logo or an event promo, they have to look good! Here are a few rules for designing the right screen print to match a hoodie’s colour and size:
- contrast between your design colour and the hoodie colour, the more it will stand out.
One last reminder about designing a print for a custom hoodie: optimal print placement is for the top of the print to be about four inches below the collar, not centred on the front of the garment.