Tea towels
neoprene sleeves
white on hand dyed bags
single pass white on denim aprons. Rock and Rain
care labels
Standard Fare cylinder tote
The Weekend Press
Costalots case print
Rock & Rain for target
Ancient Organics on American Apparel Bull denim tote
bandannas / 21 x 21 Ambitalia
nora aoyagi

Printing Bags / Misc.

We print on shopping bags, tea towels, handkerchiefs, duffel bags, and pretty much any hand-sewn item. We make it quick and easy to get your design print ready and on the press. Layout and pre-press work come standard with all orders.

Click below to read more about getting your job printed, or close this window to see some of our recent textile work.

Fabric Printing Prices

Please refer to the chart below for rough pricing, based on the cost of a simple cotton fabric shopping bag from Qtee’s. We always recommend getting a quote for specialty projects to ensure price accuracy. Set-up (screen and film) included at $35 per color/design.

Simple Bag - One Color +Print Colors
Q'tees Q800 or Locations
Quantity price of
bag and set-up ($35) INCLUDED
per color,
set-up ($35) INCLUDED
20 8.33 3.16
24 7.97 3.06
36 7.47 2.95
48 7.17 2.90
72 6.90 2.85
100 6.65 2.55
150 6.35 2.40
200 6.15 2.10
300 6.00 1.65
500 5.70 1.45

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Choosing Fabric

Here’s some links for bags and aprons.

Qtee’s / American Apparel

Many custom projects come with very specific fabrics already chosen. As long as it will sit still, we can print on it.

For projects involving sewn fabric or yardage we ask that the client provide.

Fabric Inks

For garment and textile printing we use environmentally responsible Union mixopake inks.

We use the Pantone matching system to achieve accurate mixed color upon request. Printed Pantone books are considered the accurate reference point.

If you’d like an online reference, check out Cal Print’s online Pantone guide.

Each printed color requires set-up of the film and screen. Pantone mixing is $30 per color.

File Preparation

Once you’re ready to send in artwork, you’re welcome to send the original files at print ready size (300 dpi at final size, minimum) from either PDF’s, Illustrator or Photoshop files.

JPEGs would be a last resort, because images lose quality when compressed.

You can send files via email, or upload them via our Get a Quote form.

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