DTG printing has lighter-feel as compared to screen printing. It is an advance technique of T-shirt printing and is more like printing on paper. if plastisol ink is not treated well before printing, it begins to cracks after few washes, and ironing these t-shirts may spoil the Damn Right I am a Minnesota Vikings Fan now and forever signature shirt also I will do this designs too. No, because to accurately look like a Christmas tree, the shirt needs to be green and the pants need to be red. You see, the tree is green, and the tree skirt, or the tree stand, is often red. I think the brand is the best thing you can change because the t-shirt is not easy to change. Many people are using a t-shirt for almost a decade in that so no want can change it. Good day!! They’re “wrinkle-free” because they’re made of polyester or another synthetic fabric blend with cotton, or have a chemical treatment applied to the fabric. So yes, they breathe less and can make you sweat in hot weather. The hand feel of the fabric is usually harsher as well. Another problem they can have is that any crease that sets in after washing and/or drying them is almost impossible to iron out. They sometimes also tend to pill and to look cheap. Many white fabrics reflect the light, so they could conceivably keep you a little cooler. Black fabrics typically absorb the light, making the wearer warmer. However, some fabrics absorb light because of their texture, such as velvet. White velvet is going to absorb much more light than say a sateen, which reflects light. So while it’s a decent rule of thumb, it’s not an absolute. You may be describing irritation from a serger/overlocker finish on seams rubbing against your skin. A Seger produces a quick (inexpensive) way to construct garments.