Do you require screen printing services? Would you benefit from an accessible list of screen printers in Minnesota? Check out the compilation below
Big Frog Custom T-Shirts is a Bloomington-based screen printing company with a simple goal in mind. Rather than the usual “sell things,” Big Frog’s motivation is centered around helping their customer celebrate important moments, both big and small. Big Frog Custom T-Shirts is open from 9-6 p.m. Monday-Saturday and closed on Sundays.
Big Frog Custom T-shirts offers quite a few services, though very few are as popular as their screen printing offerings. From vinyl prints to Direct-to-Garment Printing (DGP), they offer a swathe of excellent options to bring out the best in your next celebratory shirt, custom sweater, or pro-level sports jersey.
Swing by Big Frog Custom T-Shirts’ contact page to learn more.
Seven Corners Print & Promo is one of St. Paul’s premier print screen printers. They’ve been in business for well over 100 years – though they (perhaps obviously) didn’t offer screen printing services until far more recently. Their over century-long time in the business should be proof enough, though you can see for yourself when 7 Corners is open from 8-5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday and closed on weekends.
7 Corners has been in the business long enough to know that diversity in services drives demand. And with a broad business model, they’re able to offer just about anything your heart desires. From custom t-shirts and sweaters to merch, auto decorations, and more, there’s very little that 7 Corners can’t do for you.
Give 7 Corners’ contact page a peek to get in touch.
3. Tee Squared
Tee Squared is a long-term Lauderdale staple. While screen printing isn’t exactly a local pastime, Tee has been in business since 2001; in that time, they’ve earned a name for easily accessible, top-tier printing for corporate, organizational, and private (individual) clients alike. Tee Squared is open from 10-6 p.m. Monday-Friday.
While Tee Squared offers quite a bit, it’s worth digging into their portfolio to gather an idea of what they do best. They’ve done everything from custom family reunion t-shirts and memorial sweaters to unique hats, pins, and more. The simple truth is that Tee Squared offers just about anything you could need – so give them a call today.
Swing by Tee Squared’s contact page to reach out.
Frontrunner Screen Printing is a family screen printing business in White Bear Lake. While they offer the usual printing and custom clothing, what’s earned them an excellent rating across the web is their combination of lightning-quick turnaround time and affordable rates. Frontrunner Screen Printing is open from 8-4 p.m. Monday-Friday.
Frontrunner Screen Printing can, put simply, do just about anything that you need. From custom t-shirts and hats to event gear, promotional items, and more, they’ve done just about anything you can imagine. Take a peek at their past work to see why so many have put their trust in Frontrunner Screen Printing.
Head to Frontrunner Screen Printing’s contact page to learn more.
Rebyl is one of Minneapolis’ two best-rated screen printing stops. They’re a particularly good option for those new to the screen printing process, as they offer simple, step-by-step guides and walkthroughs of all you’ll need to do, making your end effortless. Rebyl is open from 8-5 p.m. Monday-Friday.
There are quite a few things that Rebyl can do (and has done); whether you want a basic tee, a comfy custom jacket, custom hats, or just about anything in between, they’ve got you covered. Take a peek at Rebyl’s past work to get an idea of their design philosophy and ability – you won’t’ be disappointed.
Swing by Rebyl’s contact page to get in touch.
Underground Screen Printing is Minneapolis’ (and, by extension, the Midwest’s) most proliferous screen printing shop. They have dozens of shops and, coincidentally, we’ve actually covered them before! Underground is open from 9-5 p.m. Monday-Friday.
With such a massive spread of shops (and services), it’s no surprise that Underground has expanded as quickly and successfully as they have. Underground quite literally offers every piece of clothing you can imagine – all of it easily customizable. From hats and shirts to overcoats, sweaters, and all sorts of merch (branded pens, anyone?), they’re an excellent option for screen printing.
Go to Underground Screen Printing’s contact page to reach out.
St. Croix Screen Printing is yet another St. Paul-based screen printing shop. They’ve been around since the early 90s and have built a name for three things, following the shop motto – “We listen, we design, we deliver.” St. Croix Screen Printing is open from 8-4 p.m. Monday-Friday, though they’re currently taking appointments only.
St. Croix offers a surprising range of items. While most places on this list offer the usual (shirts, sweats, sweaters), St. Croix has a bit more to provide its clientele. You can get clothing embroidered, custom prints, promotional gear, and more – so reach out to St. Croix to see how they can help bring your vision to life.
Swing by St. Croix Screen Printing’s contact page to learn more.
Custom + Kind Printing is something a bit more special on this list. Centered in Crystal, Minnesota, Custom + Kind takes the friendly Midwest nature to its natural conclusion – a business whose name echoes the need that all Midwesterners feel to be just plain kind. They’re open 24 hours (by appointment), so you know they’re ready at a moment’s notice.
Custom + Kind offers two things primarily – the usual printed tees and sweaters and custom drinkware. Whether you want a ceramic mug, a simple glass, or a cool little whiskey tumbler (maybe with your name on it…?), they’re sure to deliver in aces. Swing by Custom + Kind Screen Printing today; you’ll find that (as stated by most reviews) their name is not hyperbole but fact.
Swing by Custom + Kind’s contact page to learn more.
Advantage Emblem & Screen Printing is Hermantown’s premier screen printing and custom emblem design shop and has been so for over 25 years. Perhaps what sets them apart from others on this list the most is the assortment of patches and emblems they create (all custom, of course). Advantage Emblem & Screen Printing is open from 8-5 p.m. Monday-Friday.
Head to Advantage’s shop to see their offerings; you’ll find that they have perhaps too many options – though that’s rarely a bad thing. While they’ll obviously screen print designs on shirts and sweaters, many locals (Boy Scouts especially) love them for their custom patches, pins, and emblems.
Head to Advantage Emblem & Screen Printing’s contact page to get in touch.
And finally, we make it to Duluth Screen Printing. Before we get too far into this, I do need to clarify something – Duluth Screen Printing is centered in… Duluth (gasp!). While I am joking, Duluth Screen Printing is no slouch. They’re open from 8-5 Monday-Friday and closed during the weekends.
A quick visit to Duluth Screen Printing’s garments page will reveal the simple truth; Duluth Screen Printing has been trusted by the largest names in the industry. From Adidas and Dickies to Marmot and Columbia, they’ve earned a name for excellence by working with some true titans in the business. In short, if Duluth Screen Printing is good enough for Adidas, then they’re good enough for most people.
Head to Duluth Screen Printing’s Facebook page to get in touch.