What size should a logo be on a tablecloth?

What size should a logo be on a tablecloth?

Your logo tablecloth can be washed in a normal washing machine, gentle cycle, gentle detergent, and hung out to dry. The standard logo size is 45”w x 13”h. There is an upgrade size available to 25″ tall as listed below (some colors of vinyl are not available in wider widths).

How are tablecloths printed?

All over printed tablecloths are printed using a process called dye sublimation (abbreviated to ‘dye Sub’). Dye Sub printing allows ink to penetrate directly into the fibres of the fabric through a process of heat and pressure.

How do you make custom tablecloths?


  1. Decide on a Fabric Type. Tablecloths come in all different kinds of fabric.
  2. Measure Your Table. Take your measuring tape, and measure the top of your table.
  3. Decide on a Drop Length and Hem Type.
  4. Calculate Fabric Yardage.
  5. Sew Together Fabric Panels If Necessary.
  6. Cut Your Fabric.
  7. Hem and Finish Your Tablecloth.

How big should a logo be on a 6ft tablecloth?

Once you draw people in with your printed tablecloth, as well as adding your logo, consider adding your domain name on your printed tablecloth. Since you have six feet of space to work with, the size of the letters can be up to 3.5 inches tall, so you get excellent readability from 6 to 7 feet away.

What type of fabric is best for tablecloths?

The Best Fabric for Tablecloths

  • Cotton. Cotton tablecloths are easy to produce and process which keeps the price low on most options.
  • Polyester. Polyester fabric has a slightly silkier and shinier appearance than cotton.
  • Vinyl. Textured green vinyl fabric which offers weather resistance and easy clean up.
  • Specialty Fabrics.

What is tablecloth fabric called?

Some of the most popular types of tablecloth fabric include cotton, polyester and linen tablecloths. Polyester tablecloths are easy to wipe down and clean and are often found in casual dining restaurants.