I am fairly new to screen printing, and I am taking on the challenge of screen printing some jerseys for my soccer team.
I have these plain white Nike shirts and I want to screen print a basic pattern onto the front only. The shirt has the sleeves curve into the middle, so I can not just put a rectangle mesh on top of the shirt and print the entire pattern. I also don’t want to print over the Nike logo on the right side. I also want to make sure that the pattern is printed all the way to where the stitching comes together, but not onto the other shirt panels.
How would I be able to use existing techniques to take on this task, is it even possible to accomplish what I am planning, or how can I go about doing this the easiest way? Also, if possible, I would like to use a single mesh if possible and not make multiple for the different sizes.
Below is the shirt I will be using and the yellow highlighted part is where I want to print the pattern. The black rectangle would represent the mesh itself. Obviously adjusted to better fit the entire shirt.