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1 4 G R A P H I C S P R O • O C T O B E R 2 0 2 2 G R A P H I C S - P R O. C O M another bedroom used as an office, there is a screen-printing press and conveyor oven. "My husband is a saint for allowing me to do this," Amidon says. "It's been great. All these years we've been here, it's been fantastic. We've just grown out of it." GROWING PAINS Lack of space is the primary challenge Amidon faces; plus, the fact it's divided up — she's seeking a large open space of 800- 1,200 square feet. Another challenge is Amidon doesn't want to have friends over for entertainment "because it's such a mess," and "it's just T-shirts everywhere," she says. "We want it to be one open space, so we can access everything pretty easily, because it's so chopped up right now," Amidon says. She wants to bring on two full-time staff. Currently, it's just her and her husband, Craig, a sous chef who's assisting part-time in his role as co-owner. is will allow her to get more into the design work and hire out manual labor and sales. "I am so busy these days, I need employees," Amidon says. DTF-printed T-shirt. A smoke technique on a hoodie.

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