High Product Quality:

All the garments that we print on come from popular brand names from leading t-shirt producers, who offer the best quality in the market. Brands that you know and trust: American Apparel, Bella Canvas, Fruit of the Loom, Hanes, Anvil and many more!

High-quality Printing Technology
At Elliz clothing we want to bring you the best quality possible. That's why use two printing techniques: DTG and all-over sublimation printing. We believe in serving community by using environmentally friendly water based inks. We also do embroidery for certain items.
Were you looking for screenprinting? Screenprinting is a very limited old fashioned technique, which can only print flat colors and the opaque plastisol ink looks like plastic pasted over your shirt. We offer the opposite of that, long lasting graphics with toning. Read about them below:

DTG Printing
In order to be able to offer you the on-demand printing services that we do, we’ve had to bring garment printing into the 21st century with Direct to Garment technology. We use Kornit and Brother GT 381 printers for all DTG printed garments.

DTG Printing offers:
• Eco-Friendly Water-Based Inks
• Softer feel
• Unlimited color usage and greater detailed prints
• One-off printing

There aren't many things our incredible DTG process cannot achieve!

Sublimation (All-Over Print Shirts)
A dye-printing technique that allows for your ideas to be displayed at their max potential. The bold color, lightweight material, and “all-over” printable area are the definition of cool. All-over printing is a useful method to create striking and creative shirts. It's created by infusing a layer ink directly onto the fabric, therefore covering a bigger surface space than DTG printers.

All-over sublimation offers:
• All-over, seam to seam designs on the front and back
• Maximum detail for complicated designs
• Sublimation dye will not crack, peel or fade
• Can’t feel the print on the garment

We do embroidery for our headwear (Caps / Beanie hats), for which we use three embroidery techniques: Flat embroidery, 3D Puff and Partial 3D Puff. Types of stitch: Satin stitch, Run stitch, Tatami fill.