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I've seen some photos of finished clothing in the knit with red and white and it turned out well for the white I thought. I had a floral print on jersey a long time back and jersey definitely goes softer (for edge details). It gave me some bit of thinking toward what I might like (or maybe not like) on jersey, print wise. I absolutely love wearing knit...........and if I sewed knit, I would love to try out these chevrons prints to give myself that "sweater-ish" look. So glad to hear of the "bright, beautiful" outcome with the twill. Hope to see a photo when you get your project finished.......
Posted over 4 years ago.
Since SF inks seem to be translucent, all colors printed on them except the very darkest would be tinged by cream. Unless you are looking for a crisp white or a very true blue, red, purple, or black tone printing anything on the cream-colored jersey comes out pretty nice, just muted a bit and skewed slightly to the yellow. Lavenders go a little gray, pinks are peachier, blues are a tinge toward teal, etc. For this, I'd expect it to be a little less blue looking overall and a bit softer an image when printed on jersey. I recently received one of the other similar prints on twill (am going to experiment) and it is bright and beautiful. Anxious to see how it holds up.
That is a really good point about no white so should print well on the knit fabric with its more creamy background, I'm keen to try now...
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