Introducing Printberry Print Methods

At Printberry, we take pride in offering an array of high-quality print methods designed to bring your custom designs to life on our products. Each method has unique benefits and is tailored to cater to different types of designs and order sizes.

Here's a detailed overview of the exceptional print methods we employ:

Direct to Garment (DTG) Printing

DTG printing allows the application of water-based inks directly onto the fabric using a specialized printer. It is best for complex designs with multiple colors, gradients, and intricate details and is ideal for small to medium orders, starting from just one piece.


    • No Color Limitations: Capable of printing full-color images without incurring additional costs.
    • Soft Feel: The ink is seamlessly absorbed into the fabric, resulting in a soft touch.
    • Detailed Prints: Exceptional for showcasing intricate artwork and photographs.


    • Fabric Type: Works best on 100% cotton or high-cotton blends.
    • Durability: Slightly less durable than screen printing, especially after numerous washes.

Screen Printing
Ink is forced through a mesh screen stencil onto the fabric, with each color in the design requiring a separate screen. It is well-suited for simple designs with a few colors and large quantities and is highly cost-effective for large orders, typically recommended for orders of 25 pieces or more.


    • Cost Efficiency: Offers lower cost per unit for larger orders.
    • Durability: Highly resilient and capable of withstanding numerous washes.
    • Vibrant Colors: Yields bold and vibrant prints.


    • Setup Costs: Involves higher setup costs due to screen creation, making it less cost-effective for small orders.
    • Color Limitations: Restricted number of colors per design due to the use of separate screens for each color.

The design is created by stitching threads onto the fabric. It is ideal for logos, text, and simple designs, commonly used for corporate wear and uniforms. Suitable for all order sizes, but more cost-effective for medium to large orders.


    • Professional Look: Provides a high-quality, professional appearance.
    • Durability: Extremely durable and capable of withstanding frequent washing.
    • 3D Effect: Adds a tactile, three-dimensional element to designs.


    • Detail Limitations: Not suitable for highly detailed designs or small text.
    • Color Limitations: Limited to a certain number of thread colors.
Transfer Printing

A design is printed onto a special transfer paper and then heat-pressed onto the fabric. Perfect for full-color designs, photos, and short runs, it is suitable for small to medium orders.


    • Versatility: Can accommodate complex and colorful designs.
    • Application: Can be applied to a wide range of fabrics and products.


    • Feel: May have a different texture than the rest of the fabric, depending on the transfer type.
    • Durability: Less durable than screen printing and embroidery, especially after multiple washes.

Sublimation Printing

The design is printed onto a special paper and then heat-transferred to the fabric, turning the ink into gas and bonding it with the fibers. Ideal for full-color, all-over prints on polyester fabrics and suitable for all order sizes.


    • Full Coverage: Capable of covering the entire surface of the fabric.
    • Soft Feel: The ink becomes part of the fabric, resulting in no additional texture. 
    • Durability: Highly durable, as the ink is embedded into the fibers.


    • Fabric Type: Only works on polyester or polyester-coated items.
    • Color Limitation: Works best on white or light-colored fabrics, as sublimation does not print white ink.

Should you have any further inquiries or require assistance in deciding which method is  most suitable option for your custom merchandise or design, please do not hesitate to contact our dedicated support team at