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You will find in our library 960 CMYK formula to match any of your fabric, pantone color, your buyer palette or your Spring or Fall line.
CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black are subtractive base colors)White is the presence of all color and black is the absence of color. In print we start off with all color in the white paper to which we add our ink. We are, in effect, subtracting from white color as we add the various blends of CMYK.
CMYK is a color space used to describe colors reflected from opaque colors such as paint or printer inks. The three primary subtractive colors are cyan (C), magenta (M), and yellow (Y). The more color you add, the darker the final color is. When we add primary color magenta (M) to another primary yellow (Y), magenta masks yellow and we get red as the result.