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Let me elaborate:
I'd like to cover-up PART of the existing design with another image.
I have an English biker-type cutoff shirt (NOT A T-SHIRT) with a rather lewd image on the back. It's a 7.5 oz., garment-washed, 100% cotton denim shirt with a large screen-printed image on the back. I'd like to superimpose another permanent screen-printed custom design, ~12" x 6", 2-3 colors, over part the existing design. Can this be done if I sent in the shirt, marking where the new image would be placed, and a paper-printed, or computer file, of the new image? Where?
Thank you Cher.
I have just one final clarification. I have a simple design I'd like to overlay on part of the original, just text and a frame, 2-3 colors preferred or even one. You've mentioned transfers, screen-printing, embroidery (perhaps), and a patch. The shirt's only worth $40, and I was hoping to fing some solution not exceeding that price. However, it must be permanent, and I've been told a transfer wouldn't work.. What do you recommend.