Printing

As well as selecting the right type of fabric for a garment, the printing method is just as important, we want to achieve a crisp and clear print, and ensure that we are being as environmentally friendly as possible with our print choices. Some print methods require huge amounts of water, chemicals, and energy, but at Cotswold Collections, where possible, we choose print techniques which have the least impact and the best results.

Digital Printing

Digital Printing

Just like an ink-jet printer, a digital print will print a pre-programmed design on to a roll of fabric. Unlike screen printing techniques, there is no limit on colour or design, and because the ink is transferred directly from printer to fabric, there is no wastage. Once a roll of fabric has been printed it can be cut straight away, unlike some other printing methods, digitally printed fabric does not need to go through a high temperature wash. Digital printing is one of the most environmentally friendly printing processes that is currently available.

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Sublimation Printing

Sublimation Printing

Sublimation printing is the industrial version of an iron-on transfer, it uses only the exact amount of dye which is used on the garment and therefore has absolutely no dye waste. It does not need curing or washing after print, so is a great way to get a beautifully detailed design with minimal

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