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T Shirt Printing?

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6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
I need to get 7 t shirts printed for a one off event (no, it's not a stag or hen night lol, it's a sports day!). I'm not overly bothered about decent quality as it's for a one off and thin t shirts might even be better!

I'm looking for front and back printing, hopefully with the back being a name and number and the front being a logo. (Presumably on a t shirt, but a polo is also an option, but I assume a lot more)

There seem to be quite a few to choose from so if anyone has experiences of ones to go for (or avoid!) that would be useful. I need a fairly nippy turn around - if I order today or tomorrow I'd like it to arrive by the start of next week.
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6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
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#1
This may help
UK Company Clothing - 0151 531 9950 Shawn or Danny.

They do all types of logos and printing and they are very helpful. Good luck.
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#2
Cheers, just looked at their website, it looks perhaps a tad corporate and perhaps aimed at more than 7 t shirts for a bit of a laugh at a sports day?!

I should also add we're on a fairly tight budget too probably got around 50 quid max to get the whole lot done and delivered, with cheaper being better!
#3
Where are you located?
#4
London, just by Liverpool Street.
#5
Give them a ring, tell them your situation, they do all quality, and quantities, Good luck.
#6
Anyone used Vista Print or Indigo? - Vista Print seem super cheap...
#7
oldskooladdict
Anyone used Vista Print or Indigo? - Vista Print seem super cheap...


I thought they are quite cheap, but someone said watch the tick boxes, you may be signing up for a monthly subscription.
#8
go to primark and get 7 tshirts for about £2 each
buy this off ebay
380244576961
find someone who has an inkjet printer to print them off
iron on (cover with a pillow case or something so u dont burn or discolour the tshirt)
less than £20, although I would give the person with the printer a few quid towards ink
thats what I did whn I needed some t-shirts printed

just an option
#9
would agree with making them yourself. especially if its just for a one off use.
make sure you get light coloured shirts though - the iron on prints work much better on white / light colours
#10
That's looking like a pretty good option right now!
#11
Oh so forest green is a bad idea - its our team colours!

Just looked on ebay and see white letters and numbers for the back. Just need to deal with the front now...
#12
oldskooladdict
Oh so forest green is a bad idea - its our team colours!

Just looked on ebay and see white letters and numbers for the back. Just need to deal with the front now...


u can buy paper thats specially for use on dark fabrics, the seller of the item i listed above does both, it think its a pound or so more thow

could u not print the letters in forest green onto a light fabric?
#13
That's the other choice. Getting the consensus amongst the team white vs green t shirt lol.
#14
tatemze
u can buy paper thats specially for use on dark fabrics, the seller of the item i listed above does both, it think its a pound or so more thow

could u not print the letters in forest green onto a light fabric?


even the special dark colours paper isnt nearly as good as just using the normal paper with a white shirt though.
ive made quite a few in my time.
#15
I'm trying to encourage white tshirts now, we shall see...
#16
Narfette
even the special dark colours paper isnt nearly as good as just using the normal paper with a white shirt though.
ive made quite a few in my time.


iv not tried the dark yet, i bought 5 sheets of each, the white looked good
got any tips?
any particular paper thats better than other but still cheap?
banned#17
ive made my own before wit the iron on stuff, and they look fine!
#18
100% going to go down that route now, using the suggested eBay linked paper. Found some large numbers on eBay too, gonna bag them. I just hope my printer (Canon Pixma IP4200) is up to the job. It's only a logo, nothing like a photo etc.

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