Allmade® Colors

Space Black

On a mission to create a better shirt for a better tomorrow Allmade® launched Space Black as it’s first color in 2017. Built from eco-friendlier™ materials and dyed twice to give it an almost solid charcoal black appearance, Space Black is a heavier weight premium hand tri-blend fabric that prints and wears great. 

20-some screen printers representing 12 distinct print shops stood around a fabric cutting table at LIFE SA in Tabarre Haiti, just outside Port Au Prince, looking over samples of tri-blend and cotton fabric. We set out to create a premium fabric that would wear great and print great. We had no idea how we were going to make it or what we would make it from. We had never done anything like this before and so much could go wrong. With the best intentions and most altruistic hearts, we decided on a direction and commissioned the first 3,000 yard sample run of what we called, double-dye black. 

We decided on premium components to create a heavier weight and smoother printing surface. We used mainly US sourced components and moreover committed to use eco-friendly components. We started with Recycled Polyester. It is more expensive than virgin polyester but we believe it is much better to reuse recycled water bottles than further contribute to the plastic crisis the planet is facing. Recycled polyester makes up 50% of the blend. Next we chose to use Organic Cotton, sourced in Texas. This cotton is super soft and avoids the extensive use of petrochemical and water pollution associated with conventional cotton. Organic cotton makes up 25% of the blend. Finally we opted for Lenzing Tencel™ Modal fiber over traditional rayon used in tri-blends to round out the last 25%. Our experience is that Lenzing Tencel™ Modal is much softer, smoother, stronger, and it’s significantly more eco friendly to produce than rayon. 

Our first commissioned color was a double-dye that used two GOTS Certified dyes one for the polyester content and one for the natural fiber content. We chose a lighter dye on the polyester to minimize dye migration issues. 

We couldn’t have been happier. When we got our hands on it for the first time at the ISS trade show in Long Beach, CA in 2017, the fabric felt absolutely amazing. Soft, substantial, and smooth. Not only did it feel incredible but it printed great with minimal fibrillation and it even discharged very well for a being a dyed polyester tri-blend. Immediately, we knew we had a winner and this has been our #1 selling color ever since. 

When our IndieGoGo campaign kicked off we decided to auction off naming the colors as an option. Our good friend and partner in Green Galaxy and ROQ, Bobby Panico, jumped on the first color which we collaboratively coined “Space Black” in homage to the Green Galaxy outer space reference and a nod to exploring new territories with Allmade®.

Technical Information:

PMS: Black 3C

Weight: Approx 4.2 Ounce

Polyester Dye: GOTS Certified Medium Grey

Natural Fiber Dye: GOTS Certified Black 

Dischargeability: B+ (slightly lower rank due to its light polyester dye) 

Dye Migration: Minimal to none. 

Print TDS

Screen Mesh: 156-230 mesh for a nice soft and pliable ink deposit. If possible, use thin thread mesh for more control over your print deposit.

Ink Type: While all ink types can be used, Water Base inks are preferable since they have a super soft finish and drape with the fabric when worn. 

Flash: Flash long enough to evaporate the water in WB inks. You should not need to exceed 220 degrees and 10 seconds. Ink should be dry to the touch. Plastisol should be around 180-220 degrees for under 6 seconds depending on the ink used. Ink should be tack free and not dry to the touch.

Curing: Follow manufacturers cure recommendations. There are many different inks with different cure temps on the market. These temps range from 250-320 degrees. Do not exceed 350 degrees on the garment and do not exceed more than 3 min 30 seconds cure time within your dryer.

For optimal soft hand printing: Incorporate a smoothing screen, an Iron, or a tool like the Stampinator to smooth out your prints and help create a thinner and more pliable print.

Wear and Wash Instructions

For best results, hand wash or machine wash inside out on gentle cycle and hang dry or dry on low. Do not bleach. 

Aluminum Grey

Aluminum is the most abundant metallic element in Earth's crust and one of Allmade’s most popular colors. This cool heathered grey goes great with just about every ink color which creates a versatile t-shirt for anytime of day. 

Building the perfect heather grey isn’t as easy as you might think.  We know because we tried it a few different times. Our first attempt was  a 25% poly and 75% cotton heather shirt which didn’t turn out. The Allmade eco-friendlier tri-blend formula was a winner.  Aluminum gets the black heather in it from 5% black polyester we use with the remaining clear polyester from Repreve. It got its name from IndieGoGo sponsor Nortech Graphics who happens to use a lot of aluminum as it is the leading aluminum screen manufacturer in the USA. 

Technical Information

PMS: 423C

Weight: Approx 4.2 Ounce

Polyester Dye: None

Natural Fiber Dye: None (receives its black heathering from black polyester)

Dischargeability: Not dischargeable 

Dye Migration:  None

Print TDS

Screen Mesh: 156-230 mesh for a nice soft and pliable ink deposit. If possible, use thin thread mesh for more control over your print deposit.

Ink Type: While all ink types can be used, Water Base inks are preferable since they have a super soft finish and drape with the fabric when worn. 

Flash: Flash long enough to evaporate the water in WB inks. You should not need to exceed 220 degrees and 10 seconds. Ink should be dry to the touch. Plastisol should be around 180-220 degrees for under 6 seconds depending on the ink used. Ink should be tack free and not dry to the touch.

Curing: Follow manufacturers cure recommendations. There are many different inks with different cure temps on the market. These temps range from 250-320 degrees. Do not exceed 350 degrees on the garment and do not exceed more than 3 min 30 seconds cure time within your dryer.

For optimal soft hand printing: Incorporate a smoothing screen, an Iron, or a tool like the Stampinator to smooth out your prints and help create a thinner and more pliable print.

Wear and Wash Instructions

For best results, hand wash or machine wash inside out on gentle cycle and hang dry or dry on low. Do not bleach. 

Rebel Blue

Rebels rise in opposition against the status quo. Allmade is fighting for change in a generally destructive on the environment apparel industry as well as shining a light on sweatshops known for terrible work environments. Rebel Blue calls you to take action and join the revolution.

Long time partners, and rebels in their industry, Dutch Bros Coffee and Dutch Wear jumped on the IndieGoGo perk to sponsor a color and committed to use thousands of shirts for their shirt-of-the-month program that they distribute each of their team members every month. The blue closely matches Dutch Bro’s brand color and the name Rebel comes from the Dutch Bros Rebel drink and pays tribute to the rebel navy from our nation's history and ethos of what Allmade is bringing to the apparel industry. 

Technical Information

PMS: 534C

Weight: Approx 4.2 Ounce

Polyester Dye: None

Natural Fiber Dye: GOTS Certified Blue 

Dischargeability: Dischargeability = A one of our best discharging colors the darker blue dye easily is dispersed to create space for the natural fiber or brilliant colors that are re-pigmented over it through the discharge process.

Dye Migration:  None

Print TDS

Screen Mesh: 156-230 mesh for a nice soft and pliable ink deposit. If possible, use thin thread mesh for more control over your print deposit.

Ink Type: While all ink types can be used, Water Base inks are preferable since they have a super soft finish and drape with the fabric when worn. 

Flash: Flash long enough to evaporate the water in WB inks. You should not need to exceed 220 degrees and 10 seconds. Ink should be dry to the touch. Plastisol should be around 180-220 degrees for under 6 seconds depending on the ink used. Ink should be tack free and not dry to the touch.

Curing: Follow manufacturers cure recommendations. There are many different inks with different cure temps on the market. These temps range from 250-320 degrees. Do not exceed 350 degrees on the garment and do not exceed more than 3 min 30 seconds cure time within your dryer.

For optimal soft hand printing: Incorporate a smoothing screen, an Iron, or a tool like the Stampinator to smooth out your prints and help create a thinner and more pliable print.

Wear and Wash Instructions

For best results hand wash or machine wash inside out on gentle cycle and hang dry or dry on low. Do not bleach. 

Azure Blue


Close your eyes and imagine the color of the sky on a cloudless summer day. That is what  Azure Blue looks like! It represents the endless possibilities of the Allmade story. Great for a variety of school, corporate and brand work and compatible with light and dark designs.  Azure Blue is a great light blue that really rounds out the Allmade color pallet. 

When SAATI, a long time emulsion and mesh partner of Ryonet, first found out about the positive impact Allmade and Ryonet were having on the workforce in Haiti, they felt compelled to get involved. The color is close to SAATI’s corporate color but more so, the definition of azure is: “ "shade of blue, like that of a clear and cloudless sky." This was the perfect name for the Allmade color, considering that the initiative aims to  save the planet and throw a lifeline to the workers in Haiti, providing blue skies to a traditional gloomy area of the world. 

Technical Information

PMS: 279C

Weight: Approx 4.2 Ounce

Polyester Dye: None

Natural Fiber Dye: GOTS Certified Blue

Dischargeability: A - one of our best discharging colors the darker blue dye easily is dispersed to create space for the natural fiber or brilliant colors that are re-pigmented over it through the discharge process. 

Dye Migration: None

Print TDS

Screen Mesh: 156-230 mesh for a nice soft and pliable ink deposit. If possible, use thin thread mesh for more control over your print deposit.

Ink Type: While all ink types can be used, Water Base inks are preferable since they have a super soft finish and drape with the fabric when worn. 

Flash: Flash long enough to evaporate the water in WB inks. You should not need to exceed 220 degrees and 10 seconds. Ink should be dry to the touch. Plastisol should be around 180-220 degrees for under 6 seconds depending on the ink used. Ink should be tack free and not dry to the touch.

Curing: Follow manufacturers cure recommendations. There are many different inks with different cure temps on the market. These temps range from 250-320 degrees. Do not exceed 350 degrees on the garment and do not exceed more than 3 min 30 seconds cure time within your dryer.

For optimal soft hand printing: Incorporate a smoothing screen, an Iron, or a tool like the Stampinator to smooth out your prints and help create a thinner and more pliable print.

Wear and Wash Instructions

For best results hand wash or machine wash inside out on gentle cycle and hang dry or dry on low. Do not bleach.

Enviro Green

Green is the color of life, renewal, nature, and energy. It is associated with meanings of growth, harmony, freshness, safety, fertility, and environment. Unfortunately the impact of industrialized cultivation, manufacturing, processing, assembly, care and disposal of fashion adds up to the fashion industries ranking of 2nd most polluting industry in the world. Second only to the  petrochemical (oil and gas) industry. Think about that for a minute. Allmade’s mission is to create eco-friendlier(tm) apparel by using organic, sustainably grown and harvested natural materials, including organic cotton and Lenzing Tencel Modal, and by using recycled plastic water bottles. 

As a longtime Ryonet partner and manufacturer of cleaning solutions CCI contributed to our IndieGoGo campaign early, grabbing the opportunity to name this color, Enviro Green. It not only aligns with Allmade’s Eco Friendlier approach to apparel manufacturing but also with CCI’s Enviro line of Eco Friendlier cleaning solutions and inks for screen printing. 

Technical Information

PMS: 3405C

Weight: Approx 4.2 Ounce

Polyester Dye: None

Natural Fiber Dye: GOTS Certified Light Green

Dischargeability: C+/B- due to the more challenging discharge nature of a lighter or brighter green dye but still creating a very consistent result which is unlike many other brighter green garments. 

Dye Migration: None

Print TDS

Screen Mesh: 156-230 mesh for a nice soft and pliable ink deposit. If possible, use thin thread mesh for more control over your print deposit.

Ink Type: While all ink types can be used, Water Base inks are preferable since they have a super soft finish and drape with the fabric when worn. 

Flash: Flash long enough to evaporate the water in WB inks. You should not need to exceed 220 degrees and 10 seconds. Ink should be dry to the touch. Plastisol should be around 180-220 degrees for under 6 seconds depending on the ink used. Ink should be tack free and not dry to the touch.

Curing: Follow manufacturers cure recommendations. There are many different inks with different cure temps on the market. These temps range from 250-320 degrees. Do not exceed 350 degrees on the garment and do not exceed more than 3 min 30 seconds cure time within your dryer.

For optimal soft hand printing: Incorporate a smoothing screen, an Iron, or a tool like the Stampinator to smooth out your prints and help create a thinner and more pliable print.

Wear and Wash Instructions

For best results hand wash or machine wash inside out on gentle cycle and hang dry or dry on low. Do not bleach.

Rise Up Red 

Rise Up to action and challenge the status quo with this light red heather tri-blend. Great for all seasons and a close match to many school and brand colors. Rise Up red is an easy choice for light or dark graphics in a variety of styles and applications. 

The color spoke to ShirtSpace.com, online distributor of blank  t-shirt apparel, who shares roots with Ryonet. The Allmade mission inspired them to fund this color through our IndieGoGo campaign. Both inspiring the call to action and a nod to  Portland’s only pro ball team.

Technical Information

PMS: 186C

Weight: Approx 4.2 Ounce

Polyester Dye: None

Natural Fiber Dye: GOTS Certified Light Red

Dischargeability: C+/B- due to the more challenging discharge nature of a lighter or brighter green dye but still creating a very consistent result which is unlike many other brighter red garments. 

Dye Migration: None

Print TDS

Screen Mesh: 156-230 mesh for a nice soft and pliable ink deposit. If possible, use thin thread mesh for more control over your print deposit.

Ink Type: While all ink types can be used, Water Base inks are preferable since they have a super soft finish and drape with the fabric when worn. 

Flash: Flash long enough to evaporate the water in WB inks. You should not need to exceed 220 degrees and 10 seconds. Ink should be dry to the touch. Plastisol should be around 180-220 degrees for under 6 seconds depending on the ink used. Ink should be tack free and not dry to the touch.

Curing: Follow manufacturers cure recommendations. There are many different inks with different cure temps on the market. These temps range from 250-320 degrees. Do not exceed 350 degrees on the garment and do not exceed more than 3 min 30 seconds cure time within your dryer.

For optimal soft hand printing: Incorporate a smoothing screen, an Iron, or a tool like the Stampinator to smooth out your prints and help create a thinner and more pliable print.

Wear and Wash Instructions

For best results, hand wash or machine wash inside out on gentle cycle and hang dry or dry on low. Do not bleach. 

Vino Red

Rich cardinal tones mixed with notes of heather black create the rich wine inspired dark red look of our Vino Red. Vino Red is a great match for schools with colors that are cardinal/maroon, wine bars and restaurants, as well as your everyday customers looking for a sophisticated look beyond what is typically found in a cardinal shirt.

Originally commissioned by Printed Threads, who is one of our founding customers, for the Flying Saucer restaurant chain. Vino Red quickly gained popularity in our community. Consistent with our motto, together is better, the Vino was crowdsourced using Instagram. It has become a signature taste in Allmade color pallet. 

Technical Information

PMS: 195C

Weight: Approx 4.2 Ounce

Polyester Dye: None, black heather is created by using a black polyester fiber. 

Natural Fiber Dye: GOTS Certified 

Dye method. Dark red dyed over the Aluminum Grey fabric which consists of 15% black polyester.

Dye Migration: NA

Dischargeability = C/C- due to a more difficult red color and the over dying of 15% black polyester content which will be seen through the discharge print which actually creates a unique vintage look many clients still appreciate. 

Print TDS

Screen Mesh: 156-230 mesh for a nice soft and pliable ink deposit. If possible, use thin thread mesh for more control over your print deposit.

Ink Type: While all ink types can be used, Water Base inks are preferable since they have a super soft finish and drape with the fabric when worn. 

Flash: Flash long enough to evaporate the water in WB inks. You should not need to exceed 220 degrees and 10 seconds. Ink should be dry to the touch. Plastisol should be around 180-220 degrees for under 6 seconds depending on the ink used. Ink should be tack free and not dry to the touch.

Curing: Follow manufacturers cure recommendations. There are many different inks with different cure temps on the market. These temps range from 250-320 degrees. Do not exceed 350 degrees on the garment and do not exceed more than 3 min 30 seconds cure time within your dryer.

For optimal soft hand printing: Incorporate a smoothing screen, an Iron, or a tool like the Stampinator to smooth out your prints and help create a thinner and more pliable print.

Wear and Wash Instructions

For best results, hand wash or machine wash inside out on gentle cycle and hang dry or dry on low. Do not bleach. 

Olive You Green

What happens when you smash together “I love you” and “Olive”. “Olive You”. Olive You adds love to what is traditionally known as military green. We believe the inclusion of love is what caused this to become one of our most popular colors. Olive You works great with light and dark prints for a wide variety of brands, peace corps, law enforcement, military, and athletics. 

Olive You is a take on both the olive color of this tri-blend and “love” since Allmade’s mission includes bringing people together to create change through love.

Technical Information

PMS: 5773C

Weight: Approx 4.2 Ounce

Polyester Dye: None

Natural Fiber Dye: GOTS Certified Blue 

Dischargeability = A one of our best discharging colors the darker green dye easily is dispersed to create space for the natural fiber or brilliant colors that are re-pigmented over it through the discharge process

Dye Migration:  None

Print TDS

Screen Mesh: 156-230 mesh for a nice soft and pliable ink deposit. If possible, use thin thread mesh for more control over your print deposit.

Ink Type: While all ink types can be used, Water Base inks are preferable since they have a super soft finish and drape with the fabric when worn. 

Flash: Flash long enough to evaporate the water in WB inks. You should not need to exceed 220 degrees and 10 seconds. Ink should be dry to the touch. Plastisol should be around 180-220 degrees for under 6 seconds depending on the ink used. Ink should be tack free and not dry to the touch.

Curing: Follow manufacturers cure recommendations. There are many different inks with different cure temps on the market. These temps range from 250-320 degrees. Do not exceed 350 degrees on the garment and do not exceed more than 3 min 30 seconds cure time within your dryer.

For optimal soft hand printing: Incorporate a smoothing screen, an Iron, or a tool like the Stampinator to smooth out your prints and help create a thinner and more pliable print.

Wear and Wash Instructions

For best results hand wash or machine wash inside out on gentle cycle and hang dry or dry on low. Do not bleach

Fairly White

Lighter than a “natural” but not as bright as a traditional white, Fairly White not only lives up to its name by being a very close “off white” but also speaks to the fair wages paid to the makers in Haiti and being fair to the environment.  Fairly White is a great choice for any conscious buyer that wants a white shirt without extensive bleaching or brighteners

Fairly White is the second generation of white tri-blend fabric that Allmade has produced. Originally, we took a more traditional approach of a bleached and optically brightened white which was a brilliant white color, it just didn’t sit well to be using the chemicals required in the process. The reality is, white shirts aren’t white for that long and the bleach(s) that are used to create and maintain this look is not great for our water systems or us humans. Fairly White doesn’t use any of these to create it. We simply finish the fabric and heatset it before it goes out to cut and sew (using fair labor, of course). Unlike most natural white shirts, Fairly White is brighter due to the fact that 50% of it is polyester content (recycled water bottles) is translucent in color and the Lenzing Tencel Modal is naturally white.

Technical Information:

Weight: Approx 4.2 Ounce

Polyester Dye: None

Natural Fiber Dye: None 

Dischargeability: Not dischargeable 

Dye Migration:  None

Print TDS

Screen Mesh: 156-230 mesh for a nice soft and pliable ink deposit. If possible, use thin thread mesh for more control over your print deposit.

Ink Type: While all ink types can be used, Water Base inks are preferable since they have a super soft finish and drape with the fabric when worn. 

Flash: Flash long enough to evaporate the water in WB inks. You should not need to exceed 220 degrees and 10 seconds. Ink should be dry to the touch. Plastisol should be around 180-220 degrees for under 6 seconds depending on the ink used. Ink should be tack free and not dry to the touch.

Curing: Follow manufacturers cure recommendations. There are many different inks with different cure temps on the market. These temps range from 250-320 degrees. Do not exceed 350 degrees on the garment and do not exceed more than 3 min 30 seconds cure time within your dryer.

For optimal soft hand printing: Incorporate a smoothing screen, an Iron, or a tool like the Stampinator to smooth out your prints and help create a thinner and more pliable print.

Wear and Wash Instructions

For best results, hand wash or machine wash inside out on gentle cycle and hang dry or dry on low. Do not bleach. 

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