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Creating Your Own Tees For Cheap?

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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
Hi,

I'm interested in creating skinny/fitted tees with my own designs on the front. I don't plan on selling them to anyone, I'll just be wearing them myself really. I've been looking into iron-on transfers as it seems cheaper than going through a cafepress or zazzle or something. I've got a few questions that perhaps someone could help me with...

1. Where would be the cheapest place to buy iron-on transfers?
2. Where would be the cheapest place to buy fitted tees?

I'm not really interested in buying the shirts in bulk or anything (I don't plan on making quite THAT many), but if I can cut costs by buying 2 or 3 a time then I'm all for it.

Anyway, if anyone could help then it'd be most appreciated! :)
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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#1
cheerleader knows all about this pm her
#2
hi im all for this too!! if u dont mind, could u relay the infromation cheerleader tells u?? at least that way she wont have two people hassling her!!
#3
raptorcigs
cheerleader knows all about this pm her


Okay that sounds cool. Thanks for the tip. Is that her username, cheerleader?

GSD
hi im all for this too!! if u dont mind, could u relay the infromation cheerleader tells u?? at least that way she wont have two people hassling her!!


I certainly shall do, mate.
#4
Just buy some they arent expensive
http://www.grassrootsstore.com/ProductImages/Golftees-LRG.jpg
#5
dandoc2
Just buy some they arent expensive
http://www.grassrootsstore.com/ProductImages/Golftees-LRG.jpg


lol. it took about 3 hours of me sitting here to work that joke out... :oops:
#6
lou.chou
lol. it took about 3 hours of me sitting here to work that joke out... :oops:


but i only posted it 4 minutes ago :?
#7
thanks lou.chou
#8
from personal experience, i would strongly advise against using iron on transfers for making t-shirts, this is fine for a one of event, stag night etc but for a tshirt to wear more than once, i would recommend against it

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