Screen printed t-shirts, sweatshirts, long sleeve tees, hoodies, tri-blend tee shirts, fashion tees… Just a few of the great styles of shirts we decorate everyday at Shirt Lizard. Embroidery? Yes, we do that too. In fact we are one of the most experienced screen printing and embroidery shops in the Charlotte, NC region with two in house digitizers. Since 2002 we have been working hard to earn your trust with our innovative print processes and continuous investments in modern equipment and technology. We understand you have many choices when looking for decorated apparel. We want to be your trusted screen printer and embroiderer. Try out our T Shirt Maker where you can create your T Shirt Design Online. It’s fun and easy. But if you prefer you can speak to one of our friendly associates and they can guide you along the way. Easy, straight forward pricing and guaranteed quality.
Screen Printing is what we do. Simulated Process, Spot Color or Water Base… all things Screen Printing, we have you covered. We Screen Print some of the most intricate designs for the most demanding customers. Embroidery? Oh yes, in fact, that’s where it all started. Just a single head embroidery machine in a spare room. Over the years we have grown into a full fledged factory with numerous automated screen printing machines and embroidery machines. Our location in Charlotte, North Carolina allows us to reach almost all of the east coast in one to two shipping days. Many of the region’s promotional marketing companies use Shirt Lizard as their go to source for our great quality, superior service and dependability. All of our Screen Printing and Embroidery is performed in our own factory. We look forward to helping you with your next project of decorated merchandise.
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