What clothing can we print?
Any clothing! For any purpose.
In house at the Eve2 workshop we can print using Direct to Garment printing, Garment Vinyl Transfers, and Screen Printed Transfers. Through our trade partners we can also print volume orders for screen printing and embroidery.
Most commonly we print t-shirts and hoodies. We do those day in, day out. We can also print Hi Viz jackets, uniforms, aprons, babygrows, sportswear, bags, coats, hats, ... the list goes on.
Do you print Fairtrade clothing?
Eve2 is partnered with Neutral.com. We are one of the very few UK printers who have a complete catalogue of Fairtrade clothing and accessories for print. Neutral are based in Denmark and there are no UK based stocks. We are steadily building up a small stockholding but mostly you need to be patient as we order items in. Once we have them though then we can print whatever you need. For the full catalogue have a look at our sister site www.dojustly.co.uk (this is owned and run by Eve2). The prices there are retail prices and we will sell you these items for less than you see there.
What items do you have available?
Eve2 has accounts with the 4 largest clothing wholesalers in the UK. Most items are available on a next day delivery basis. Please visit our dedicated catalogue site to view the complete catalogue from one of our suppliers: FULL CATALOGUE
Is it just clothing you do?
Nope! Our Direct To Garment Printer will print onto any type of cotton based product as long it can lay flat and be held in place while it disappears inside the printer. Typically hessian sheets, bags, cotton sheets (for crafting projects and artwork), cushion covers, bags, pillow cases, tea towels, etc can all be printed. We love to get creative using tools we have been blessed with. We love to see how thinking outside the box can lead to some beautiful things for the church.
Using clothing vinyl we can print onto much larger areas as well. See these pictures below for some huge black sheets we printed white lettering onto for a massive display at the front of a church. This is just an example of what we can do by working creatively with the materials and printers we have in our workshop.