Before I explore the Digital Printing of fabric, I wanted to research whether or not, putting the Photoshop images through Illustrator and back to Photoshop as a tiff maintained smoother edges.
Unfortunately, I cannot upload the Illustrator file or the Tiff.
You can see from the Photoshop file that the rasterised edges are jagged. When converted to an Illustrator file, the vectorised image has absolutely smooth edges. When that Illustrator file is converted into a tiff, the edge remains almost as smooth. So, by putting the Photoshop image into Illustrator and converting it to a tiff the edge of your digital print will be cleaner. Technically, I have learnt a considerable amount in researching this. Now for colour!