If you are new with us then this is really important, especially if you are use to printing overseas.

We have a new way of printing in which gives better depth and strength of colour, especially on darks and block colours. It is also more reliable so it minimises waste. If you are ordering a reprint from before April 2022 you may notice a colour difference.

We can no longer combine orders. It may only be a metre or two to add on but we have these requests around ten times a week and it is no longer sustainable in such a way to keep the orders flowing. It is causing too many delays and more importantly it is holding up the clients original order to a point where we now get moaned at because a combined order of two or more can easily take things over turnaround, which also has a knock on effect with holding up everybody else's orders at the same time. We are doing our best to provide a quick, reliable and consistent service and to be able to do that we need to streamline certain things. On this note we shall no longer be fixing files if we spot pixel lines in them or something that needs editing. We shall just email to let you know why it can not be printed. We try to help as much as possible but all these things take up time that we just don't have. Sorry if this is an inconvenience to anybody but we really are trying here. Time is of the essence :) 

Please read our About Us & Info and T&C's section at the bottom of the page to understand what type of printers we are and what may, or may not be, our limitations. Especially if your artwork has solid black/really dark colour backgrounds or dayglow/really bright or popping colours apart from yellow.

We print all files at 300dpi unless otherwise stated. We can not decide what size your artwork should be, it is your vision. Every printing company is different and there is no guarantee ours will print exactly the same as another companies from varying ink brands and base fabrics even with this service. We take no responsibility of variation of colours and shades if you have not done a sample metre of said files in advance with us. The whole point in doing a sample metre is to see what we can achieve. If you are not happy with the results by all means talk to us to see if we can do something different for future samples or runs. Different bases, and even batches, may yield slightly different results. Please make sure you check your designs on as many monitor screens and phones possible. Please remember that if you have any type of blue light filter or night mode on a device it will impair the colouration of the design. The majority of phones massively over saturate colours to give you a better "viewing pleasure" and can view in what seems like completely different colours. If in any doubt please order a sample/strike off metre first. Bases may vary over time.


We pride ourselves in being able to get very high detail with jersey type fabrics that are prone to ink bleed with many printers.


Minimum of 1 metre per a design. Each design must be ordered in whole metres.

The amount you pay is for total metres ordered no matter how many designs you wish to print subject to the correct purchase or deal being ordered.

Please include your order number in the subject header of the email you send your files with.

Failure to do this could result in delays with matching up orders to files or even missed completely.

Where to send your files.

Once you have placed the order please send your files to as attachments or through a file transfer company.

Yarns change throughout the seasons and even though the final knits will be the weights they say they are they may feel slightly thicker or thinner at different times. Being a naturally grown product there is no exact science involved and even throughout a roll some parts may weigh in slightly different depending whether you take a sample from the middle or the sides of the roll. All weights are an estimated all over. We weigh all new batches that feel different before printing to make sure they are as stated. 

Please note.

Some designs that have been created in Apples Procreate Display P3 colour gamut can lose some of its details and have quite large colour/shade shifts once printed. Once the file has been created using the Display P3 profile in Procreate there is no going back. Please check with your professional designer in regards to the colour profile they use as they should know. We can and will still print them, but take no responsibility in the colour variations or lack of detail that may take place.

The minimum file resolution should be 300dpi.

This is really important.

Please include your file dimensions in either centimetres or inches and not pixels if known. Pixels are no use for a physical format. This will help stop any errors on scaling. We are not responsible for scaling and will print everything at 300dpi unless otherwise instructed. Please avoid making any files twice the size than they were designed at as they will not yield the best results when printing and may pixelate. From experience I would never recommend going larger than an extra 30% larger than the original tile dimensions.

By placing an order with us you agree to the terms and conditions and info provided throughout our site.