So the shirt I designed for Star was chosen as the design of the month over at spreadshirt.com.Sweet! design of the month - October
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If I had a T-shirt design that I thought would be great to sell, and giving that many online retailers take ideas, what would the best place to submit my idea to and profit? Can I give my idea to more than one store, or is that "illegal"? I have a pretty funny idea in mind, so any help is appreciated! Thanks!
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Could i. Melt plastic bags onto a tshirt? For simple designs?? What finish would it give? Thnx for any help! :)
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A couple friends and I are hoping to make hand-made t-shirts for our band, I am not really fond of the photo transfer paper route. Is there any long-lasting, creative ways of getting our own designs on a blank shirt?
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I have transformed an old T-shirt, it's crossover vintage-style camisole, I do think I have done a good design. However one of my friend thought I could do better on the color combinations, not just grey and white. Is there anyone have deep sight? Pls give me some suggestions. Oh, forget to say, the link is here. https://www.instructables.com/id/Minimal-Crossover-Vintage-style-Camisole/
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I recently have started selling my hand painted shirts at local markets. I bought my original shirts from a company now out of business, and my supply is starting to dwindle. I would like to buy U.S made or organic, but most of the shirts I've seen cost way more then my meager budget will allow. Mostly I'm looking for extra-large, large and medium mens or unisex sizes. Anybody got any ideas where to look locally or online?
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I am making a Steampunk style costume for halloween/general cosplay, and i found this design which is perfect for what i want but is too expensive for me to buy, can anybody figure out a pattern that i can use for it? http://www.thisnext.com/item/A25A96BF/2132B71E/Elegant-Tuxedo-Jacket and http://www.thisnext.com/item/9144F745/FA8DFAD5/High-Collar-Cotton-Shirt Thank you so much
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I study product design and I'm designing a home craft laser cutter machine, I was hoping anyone who has experimented with laser cutting fabric/ clothing/accessories could share what tips they found made the process easier or the problems that occurred whilst doing this. I would appreciate if you could help me with a few questions I have :) What did you use to keep the fabric straight whilst laser cutting? What would be the best material to put in between the fabric to prevent cutting through for example both sides of a t shirt, plastic sheet or cardboard or.. ? Would you find it beneficial if you could have a small machine to cut out smaller sized fabric to attach for dresses, tops etc of for accessories? If there is any aspect of the process that you think would benefit from being made simpler what would it be? Thank you for your time Any feedback would be much appreciated Kelly-Ann Moore Staffordshire University Student
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I just saw a couple of fun green-themed contests over at www.greenwala.com (an online green social network) -- maybe someone here will get lucky? I think there's something for everyone. Here are the different options:1. creatively reuse something that you would have otherwise trashed -- just submit a photo of your repurposed item along with a small description. 2. create an eco-themed t-shirt design 3. take a picture of you (or someone you know) hugging a tree 4. submit a video of you cooking your favorite healthy green recipePrizes include a $250 Whole Foods gift card, $250 in cash, a new digital camera, and an eco-friendly HP laptop and printer.Here's the link if you want to check it out: http://www.greenwala.com/greenwala_contests
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