Spectra Patterns

Anyone that currently offers vinyl cut materials knows your color options are limited.  You’re able to offer single color or layer multiple colors to get the effect you want.  While layering will work just fine, you can only do it so many times before the design gets to be what I like to call “bullet proof”.  Obviously this is when the design is so thick on the garment that it feels like you can take a bullet (don’t try this at home).  I’ll typically use that terminology when discussing competitors materials with my customers, but even the materials I represent at IW can get heavy if you layer them to many times. 

About a year ago, Imprintables Warehouse introduced Spectra Patterns.  The feedback from customers has been outstanding.  Have you tried them?  The look and feel is very comparable to what you are used to and expect from the other products offered by IW.  We started out with an impressive number of 21 Patterns including unique looks like Pink Camo, Tye-Dye, Houndstooth, various Plaids and our (surprisingly) best seller, Zebra.  Since then we’ve increased our offering to 30, including seasonal patterns (Snowflakes, Kiss Me, Hearts), new twists on existing materials and some brand new materials like the Skull and Giraffe Patterns.

The ability to customize existing Spectra Patterns or come up with your own designs is also revolutionary.  Until now, you would need more expensive equipment to have the ability to create these effects.  Now, there is only a small set up fee and creating the artwork that stands in your way.  If you need it, we can help you create the artwork.  Custom Patterns are available for an extra fee but are considered a stock Pattern after the initial order!

Patterns

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