Spot sublimation is a process by which your design is applied to a smaller area of a previously sewn white garment.
Sublimation is a process whereby ink is actually burned into the fibres of the garment, as opposed to the way ink is caked on top of the material in conventional silk screening. The design is first printed on paper sheets, then applied to the garment using a heat press.
The technical benefits of sublimation are as impressive as the design capabilities. Once a design has been sublimated it will become part of the material. This means that the design will stretch with the fabric, it will allow sweat to wick through the design, and the image surface will not crack or fade over time or with repeated washing.