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    good quality tote bag

    Hi,

    Does anyone know of a good quality tote bag that would be good/easy for an all over print, preferably with black handles? I have bought a few samples but they all have issues like very poor quality or sewn in such a way that an all over print will be a real pain to do.


    Any tips or links to good one would really be appreciated.

    Thanks!

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    If you want a high quality all over print I would think that it would be better to print and then stitch.

    Pisquee is bit of a guru in this department so I will tag him in case he has better ideas...
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    Yeah, fir proper all over print, you need to print the fabric first, and cut & sew into the garment or product

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