For Years, we have been using screen printing to our preferred method of printing designs on garments.
The only alternative to previous models was iron-on design transfers, which was a very different type of product. In the simplest terms possible, an ink-blocking stencil (the design) is applied to a woven mesh.
The stencil forms an open area through which ink or other substances can be transferred and pressed onto the shirt. In the long run, it is perfect for larger designs consisting of one or two colors and the garments can withstand the roughness of machine washing.