Custom T'Shirt Printing Service
Organic T’Shirt Printing Service
About Our Service
As well as printing our own clothing, we print custom T’Shirt batches for others.
Operating from our home-based studio in the trees we are artists ourselves and pay particular attention to quality and detail.
We print garments using a DTG (Digital Textile Garment) printer; this advanced printing technology allows us to print whatever is on our computer screen onto fabric. Utilising this digital printing method, there is no excess or unused ink- resulting in zero waste being produced! The ink we use is a permanent water based textile ink specifically formulated for this purpose, which after printing is then heat cured.
The printer uses CMYK/W ink, which results in unlimited colour tones like a normal bubble jet printer. With no setup costs like screen printing, you can order 1 or 100 depending on your needs.
The T'Shirts we use and supply are organic and made with wind and solar energy. They are the most ethical and sustainable we can find. Please contact us for current T'Shirt colours and styles.
There are two printing options:
Printing with just CMYK without White base, this looks good on lighter coloured shirts, as the ink infuses with the fabric. In this case the darker the tone of the shirt the less visible the ink will be. This produces some great results, depending on the style your after.
Printing with CMYK/W lays down a layer of white base first then does a double print with colour over the top. This is good for darker tone shirts so the design and colours really stand out.
- Maximum print size - 28x40cm.
- Prices are for CMYK prints, add $3 extra per print for white under base.
- For additional prints on the back add another $4 per shirt.
- Minimal set up costs.
- Graphic design/artwork fee - $90ph.
Printing Costs - Including T-Shirts
About Our Organic T-shirt Supplier
Continental Clothing - Earth Positive
Leading the way globally in innovation, design and sustainability, the focus of our company is on creating high quality, expertly styled and responsibly manufactured garments. We supply markets such as fashion retail, music merchandise, corporate promotions and leisure. We own three unique award-winning brands that are among the most up-to-date blank garment brands in the world.
We all have a right to a safe and healthy work environment, a living wage, and a legally binding contract. We all have a right to be free from discrimination and harassment, to join - or not to join - a labour union, and to choose our work freely. We all have a right to fair and reasonable working hours, and all children have a right to go to school.
We have adopted a robust policy with regard to the following minimum social responsibility criteria:
- No use of child labour
- No use of forced labour
- Safe and healthy working conditions
- Legal labour contracts
- Payment of living wage
- Freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining
- No discrimination against employees
- No excessive hours of work
We have been running a pro-active social responsibility programme as a member of Fair Wear Foundation since early 2006. All of our Company’s manufacturing facilities are regularly audited for social compliance and are running active monitoring programmes in accordance with standards advocated by the International Labour Organisation, the Ethical Trading Initiative and other international bodies. Our Company also publishes an annual Social Report.
- Fair Wear Foundation is governed by the following organisations:
- Modint (business association for manufacturers and distributors of fashion, interior design, carpets and textiles)
- CBW-MITEX (business association for retailers of interior design, fashion, shoes and sportswear)
- FNV Bondgenoten (federation of trade unions - service industry)
- CNV Dienstenbond (Christian trade union - service industry)
- Clean Clothes Campaign
Sustainable manufacturing is the creation of manufactured products through economically-sound processes that minimise negative environmental impacts while conserving energy and natural resources. Sustainable manufacturing also enhances employee, community, and product safety.
We recognise that garment manufacturing is one of the most environmentally damaging and harmful industrial sectors on the planet, and we take decisive and often pioneering steps towards addressing the many negative impacts. Starting with the sourcing of raw materials, our Company ensures full traceability of all fibres, choosing low impact cotton, Tencel® Lyocel, bamboo viscose and recycled polyester, 100% certified organic cotton, and recycled organic cotton blended with recycled polyester.
We have been a vivid supporter of many high-profile campaigns, including the Clean Cotton Campaign, Pick Your Cotton Carefully, and have been working with the Environmental Justice Foundation and the Pesticide Action Network for many years. We are an active contributor to the International Working Group on the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS). Our Company is certified under the Global Organic Textile Standard and the Global Recycle Standard.
Yarns and Fabrics
The quality of our yarns and fabrics is the foundation to delivering the highest quality garments. Organic certified fabrics are dyed in our zero-discharge dye house, where all the water is recycled in a closed-loop system.
We control the spinning process of almost seventy percent of all the yarns used in production as part of our vertically-integrated manufacturing structure, with the remainder being carefully sourced externally. All the yarns used by our Company are fully combed and ring spun.
All the fabrics are knitted at our in-house facilities, and dyed with GOTS approved chemicals, using low-water and controlled waste discharge processes, certified to OekoTex 100 Class I standard and conforming to REACH.
Carbon Footprint Reduction
The carbon footprint (CO2e) is the total carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, and other greenhouse gases emitted during the cultivation and harvesting of cotton, fibre processing, textile production, packaging, transportation and warehousing. In January 2008, we became the first company in the world to calculate the carbon footprint and place the Carbon Reduction Label on textile products.
We have reduced the carbon footprint of organic products by around 90% through a combination of innovative product design, low impact organic agriculture, efficiency in manufacturing, and by replacing standard grid electricity with renewable wind power. We do not use carbon offsets and our footprint calculations are certified by the Carbon Trust Certifications in the U.K.
It has been calculated that a single T-shirt from our organic range saves around 7 kilograms of CO2e. Having taken the greenhouse gas emissions to pre-industrial levels, all of our organic products carry the registered mark “Climate Neutral”.
With your support, we are helping to revolutionise the global textile industry.