About Us

Providing high quality, customised garments and merchandise has been our inspiration since 1988.

That’s why all of our printing and embroidery is carried out using the very best quality materials available. Producing everything in-house means that we have total control of the whole process from start to finish. Our customers enjoy the low cost and fast order turnaround they receive from Imprint, and because we put our customers’ needs at the heart of everything we do, they come back to us again and again.

Whether you are looking to promote your corporate message, your small business or club, need personalised work wear or uniform, or garments and merchandise for a new product launch or event, discover premium branding the Imprint way!

Screen Printing

Screen printing first appeared in a recognisable form in China during the Song Dynasty (960–1279 AD). It was then adapted by other Asian countries like Japan, and was furthered by creating newer methods over time.

Credit is generally given to the artist Andy Warhol for popularising screen printing as an artistic technique. Warhol is particularly identified with his 1962 depiction of actress Marilyn Monroe, known as the Marilyn Diptych, screen printed in garish colours.

Screen Printing

Screen printing lends itself very well to printing on fabric. In this method, the screen is placed on top of a garment and the selected ink is placed on top of the screen. A flood bar or squeegee is then used to push the ink through the holes in the mesh onto the garment below. Inks are applied individually, so several screens are used to produce a multicoloured image or design.

Screen printing provides a durable and professional finish, and is most cost-effective for orders of 20+ or bulk garment printing into the thousands. It is often used in combination with other garment decoration, such as embroidery and transfer printing too.

Transfer Printing

This involves printing a high resolution image, such as a full colour photograph, onto quality transfer paper, which is then applied to the garment using a heat press.

Transfer printing works really well on sports garments as the fabric usually contains Lycra® or Spandex® which stretches easily, and as such the transfer will flex with the fabric.

The lifespan of the print can vary and its durability is often down to how the garment is washed. Selecting a lower temperature wash programme of around 30 degrees, and turning the garment inside out so that the print does not rub against the machine or other garments will ensure a longer lasting print.

Vinyl Heat Transfer Printing

Vinyl printing produces a high definition and ultra-durable print. This process is most suitable for lettering and text, such as names and numbering for sports kit or leaver’s hoodies, or for straightforward, one-colour designs.

This process begins with your chosen lettering or artwork being converted for our digital cutting machine and then set up to be cut out from the vinyl material using a digitally programmed blade. Next comes the ‘weeding’, which has nothing to do with keeping your garden path tidy, but can be just as time consuming! Weeding is where the redundant vinyl is removed from the backing paper, leaving the cut lettering or design behind. This is then ready to be applied to the garment under high temperature and high pressure. Finally, the backing paper is removed, revealing your customised design.

Vinyl printing can be used on any garment and it comes in an array of colours including metallic, neon, flock, glitter and reflective. The cost per garment is dependent on the size of the design and the amount of detail involved. 


Embroidery produces a subtle yet highly professional looking decorative result, and most text logos and graphics are suitable for this process. It is particularly good for workwear

Your logo or design is digitised before being machine stitched onto your chosen garments. The cost to embroider your design is not charged per colour but on its size and the amount of stitches it has.

The embroidery process provides a superb, professional look and feel, gives a super durable result and is perfect when you are looking for a high-end, premium finish.


To produce a clean and clear result on all of our garments and merchandise, high quality digital artwork is required. As soon as we have received your order and artwork, we will create a digital visual for you to check and sign off.

We are here to provide further advice on artwork and we can also create artwork for you, if required. This is priced commercially at £25.00 per hour.

Print Size and Position

When unspecified, we will apply our discretion on the positioning, size and method of printing and/or embroidery to obtain the very best result for you.


If you wish, we can provide garment samples prior to you placing your order, however samples are chargeable and the cost will vary depending on which garment sample is requested.

If you have questions, or would like to get a quote for an order, you can contact us at sales@imprintpromotions.co.uk or call us on 01895 238675.

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