December '19

For the Business of Apparel Decorating

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4 P R I N T W E A R D E C E M B E R 2 0 1 9 2800 West Midway Boulevard, Broomfield, Colorado, 80020 ( 800 ) 669-0424 • ( 303 ) 469-0424 • FAX ( 303 ) 469-5730 W W W. P R I N T W E A R M A G . C O M PUBLISHER STACY MARSHALL EXECUTIVE EDITOR CARLY HOLLMAN ASSOCIATE EDITOR MICHAEL CLARK DIGITAL CONTENT EDITOR ALEXANDRIA BRUCE ART DIRECTOR ERIK WOGEN GRAPHIC DESIGNER DAYNE PILLOW MEDIA CONSULTANT DESIREE DELFRARI MEDIA CONSULTANT RYAN APPLEBAUM SALES SUPPORT JENNIFER ALGER EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD LON WINTERS RAY SMITH JENNIFER COX ERICH CAMPBELL MATTHEW RHOME BRIAN WALKER CRIS SAUNDERS DAN KANE MARK BAGLEY SENIOR TRADE SHOW SALES MANAGER KATIE DITALLO EVENT SERVICES MANAGER JACKIE RAMSIER EVENT SERVICES COORDINATORS JANET CAIN JOIE MARTIN EXHIBITOR TRAINING COORDINATOR ANTOINETTE VERNON PRESIDENT DAVE POMEROY VICE PRESIDENT / AUDIENCE & EVENTS LORI FARSTAD VICE PRESIDENT / FINANCE KORI GONZALES, CPA VICE PRESIDENT / MEDIA & DEVELOPMENT JOHN BENNETT DIRECTOR OF TECHNICAL SERVICES WOLF BUTLER CEO & OWNER ROBERT H. WIEBER, JR. First Off C a r l y H o l l m a n WEBEXCLUSIVES WWW.PRINTWEARMAG.COM QUICKLESSONS FROM THIS ISSUE Use this strategy for match- ing the right apparel with your client's needs: Find out why this association is seeking to bolster apparel manufacturing in Cambodia: Read about a study that tracks the water consumption of organic cotton: Watch a video with tips on shop- ping for a vinyl cutter: A h, December. The most wonderful, and stressful, time of the year. With any luck though, you'll soon be toasting a successful 2019, refreshed for a new year in a new decade! To wrap up one more year of educational content, we're looking to the future. Get your start for a smashing New Year with guid- ance from these articles: That's a Wrap! • Trend Watch (page 28) • Style Showcase: New Styles for 2020 (page 34) • Tomorrow's Dream (page 38) • Direct from the Source (page 58) If a bag fits better upside down from how you would load a T-shirt on a DTG printer, you will need to flip your graphic around 180 degrees before printing it. ( PAGE 48 ) T-shirts account for the most revenue of direct-to-substrate printed soft goods. ( PAGE 58 ) Every project you quote has a de- sign with a finite amount of colors that need printed and a finite num- ber of units that need produced, both of which will determine the best transfer for the job. ( PAGE 22 ) Automated reclaiming reduces chemical use to save on consum- ables. ( PAGE 42 )

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