Creating a faux-stitched screen print is simple with the right software tools.
Tip: If the faux-stitch shapes overlap an area of the original artwork that has two or more colors, fill the shapes with the most prominent color.
Once you have your faux-stitched design created, you may want to print it on a sweatshirt. In this video, Ryan Moor, CEO of Ryonet Corp. (asi/528500), explains how to print on sweatshirts using both water-based and plastisol inks.
Rick Provence III, owner of OhioScreen.com, and his team created this faux-stitched design.