October '16

For the Business of Apparel Decorating

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COMMON THREADS 2800 West Midway Blvd., Broomfield, Colorado, 80020 (800) 669-0424 • (303) 469-0424 • FAX (303) 469-5730 w w w . p r i n t w e a r m a g . c o m Publisher STACY MARSHALL Executive Editor CARLY HOLLMAN-LONG Digital Content Editor MICHAEL CLARK Staff Writer SANDRA SEPANIAK Art Director ERIK WOGEN Graphic Designer DAYNE PILLOW Associate Publisher CHRISTINA MONTGOMERY Advertising Account Executive DESIREE DELFRARI Advertising Account Executive DIANE GILBERT Sales Support JENNIFER ALGER Vice President / Events SUE HUEG, CEM, CMP Senior Trade Show Sales Manager KATIE STOCKER Education Manager KIM ZONCA NATIONAL BUSINESS MEDIA, INC. President & CEO ROBERT H. WIEBER JR. Vice President / Integrated Media JOHN BENNETT Vice President / Publishing & Markets DAVE POMEROY Vice President / Finance KORI GONZALES, CPA Vice President / Audience LORI FARSTAD Director of IT WOLF BUTLER Please recycle this magazine 6 || P R I N T W E A R O C T O B E R 2 0 1 6 Quick Lessons From This Issue: * Carole Dudley and Dr. Colleen Cooper, organizational develop- ment consultants, created a mod- el that illustrates the relationship between trust and people's be- havior. Called the Trust Triangle, it puts self-trust, being trustworthy, and trust in others as the pillars of this ideology. (PAGE 14) * The quintes- sential "dad hat" is a low- to mid- profile, unstruc- tured hat with a fabric strap closure and a standard curved bill. (PAGE 30) * For perfor- mance wear and heat-sensitive fabrics, screen- printed transfers resolve the all-too-common issue of scorch- ing. (PAGE 34) A sking for help, questioning how things are done, or simply asking what you don't know are how each of us continues to grow, master, and evolve, whether at work or in our personal lives. As the saying goes, "A wise man can learn more from a foolish question than a fool can learn from a wise answer." is issue is dedicated to all of the ques- tions you may have never known you had, and those you've been dying to have an- swered. We asked industry experts to submit common questions they receive along with those customer service calls that seemed out of the blue, and shared them on these pages. A few questions were even supplied by our readers (thanks!). Even with all of the wonderful Q&As we've collected, we'd like to hear more of your questions. If the Q&A in this issue (starting on page 56) or those found in our daily newsletters spark something that you have yet to nd, send it to us! Printwear magazine and its digital channels are meant to help better your business. So, help us help you! Send screen printing, embroidery, heat transfer, direct-to-garment, business management, and apparel questions to You may just see your questions in these pages or online, and help out a fellow decorator in the process. Ask and Receive Carly Hollman-Long

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