I found this and thought you guys would like emhttp://www.printfection.com/retro-future
Topic by Ward_Nox 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
This company is donating 1 million dollars and is giving out 1 million free shirts, they are paying for all of it with money that they make by selling spots on the shirts, but they are only going to send them if they make their goal of 1 million shirts.http://onemillionfreetshirts.com/getyourfreeshirt.html
Topic by shammallamaman 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
Is there a project on the site that duplicates what the two proximity shirts do that were sold on thinkgeek? Locked-on proximity shirt: http://craziestgadgets.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/proximity-sensing-shirt.gif Zelda hearts proximity shirt: http://www.thegreenhead.com/imgs/proximity-based-dynamic-life-shirt-3.jpg I am not trying to make my own shirts but I am interested in the tech that makes those two shirts work. If the same results can be duplicated with an ardurino and/or xbee, then that would be great!! Please let me know if that can be done and if yes, could you point me in the right direction. Thanks!
Topic by helloman 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
After years of just the Robot being the only Instructables shirt, we decided to make a small batch of a new design. It's simple and straightforward and, for me at least, sums up the experience of sharing project ideas. Right now they're only available in the store here. If people like them we may make more. What do you think?
Topic by fungus amungus 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Question by shawdow7341 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I don't know hoe make a small sound circuit to my t-shirt. who can help me to do it. thx for any help
Question by yezid 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
Question by arty26bact 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
would it be posible to make this top useing LEDS? i know it was blue screen but i still want to try it, it would be cool if i could get it working heres a link to what i want http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-5mGwyhruo
Question by rug 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
My friends brother was in a band but they broke up so he decided "I don't want these shirts ill bring them to my friends party and try to get other people to take it." Well, they all left them at my house so i have 8 shirts. 3 female and 5 male shirts. Anyone have any good ideas of what to do with them? I have thought about goodwill but i was wondering if there was any cool 'ible i could do
Question by octopuscabbage 8 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I want to wash about one dozen white t-shirts that are no longer white-white and i have tried bleach and really don' like the results, any suggestions ?
Where is everyone getting these new instructables shirts? I just got a prize pack and there it was the old one
Topic by bravoechonovember1 2 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
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?
Question by Deadflagblues 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I am singing on the praise team and we are wearing the thing I hate the most a man's tee! I ordered mine 2 sizes too big so that I could cut it up and make it look femanin
Question by elscolon 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Hi. This isn't a very complex project (not like some of the stuff I've seen on here), but I've decided to buy a few T-shirts for myself. Now, they're somewhat rare, as they're promotional items for a project that has since ended, and as much as I'd like to wear them, the only ones left are a tad too small. So I had decided to make them into wall art (as shown in this article: https://www.instructables.com/id/T-Shirt-Wall-Art/), but I'd like to do so without cutting or stapling them. If anyone has any ideas for how I can do this, I'd very much appreciate it. Thanks.
Topic by JamesB117 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
I have a few t-shirts I have gotten as gifts that I absolutely love, but they are that new, "stiff" feeling cotton shirts... I would love to find a way to make them feel more "well-worn" and aged. Not necessarily vintage-y, just softer, more broken in, as if they've been worn for years. Is there any way to do this, besides just using copious amounts of fabric softener?
Question by eatingabook 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
The names are starting to 'crack' and peel off the backs of my beloved sweaters. The hockey sweater is something like a cotton blend and the football sweater is, I think, some sort of synthetic blend. Any ideas are much appreciated. :)
Question by happi cat #71 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Im currently going to start making some t-shirts and have a few questions -can i put the t-shirt on a flat piece of plywood and use a iron to put the t-shirt transfer on? -will the iron burn the t-shirt transfer? -and can i print out a design on the transfer with regular computer ink?
Question by everyday im shuffling, except fridays, i got to get down on friday 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
"These shirts are hand-made art silkscreened in Northern California on high-quality American Apparel t-shirts." how about an instructable on how these t-shirts are made? I'd love to learn how to screen print shirts that look as professional. btw - what's with the search function on this site? it doesn't exactly...function... very well, does it?
Topic by theagent 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
Revive your old t-shirts. I love this unique t-shirt reuse project! I have so many awesome t's that build up in the back of my closet. Why not create some fun underware? I found these on SuperNaturale another DIY website filled with crafty and nerdy projects : )
Topic by Carleyy 8 years ago
Get PSYCHED for the new colorful Robot T-shirts! We just got them in and can confirm they are the snazziest shirts around. How do I get a shirt? You can get a shirt in an Instructables Prize pack by winning a contest. So be sure to keep checking in with the contest page and make sure to submit a project!
Topic by Carleyy 8 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I'm looking for some way to re-use the shirts, as they are pretty good quality shirts, so don't want to just cut them into rags. I'd rather get some wear out of them, but not advertise the company. The emroidery is very strong, so picking it out destroys the base fabric. Other than something else to iron over or taking them to a commercial embroidery machine, how else might I use them?
Question by chukkerlukker 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Question by h0l10W 10 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
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Topic by nhanht 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
I wanted to make t-shirts with text on it that would last but not be too expensive.
We just got the test shirts back from the printer and ran outside to take some snapshots- aren't they awesome? The women's shirts are navy blue, the regular/men's shirts are steel blue. The rest of the batch should be in shortly, and we'll be mailing them out to the Valentine's contest winners ASAP. Thanks for the patience- I hope they're worth the wait!
Topic by canida 12 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I temp at conventions and get T shirts with stuff & logos on them. They're not silk screened, just a high quality surface that feels like latex. I would like to remove parts. How do I, selectively, remove the printed stuff?
Question by unclejoe 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I've seen a couple of vintage shops using really high quality transfers put on t-shirts to make them look old. (So the t-shirt and transfer look old and soft like a genuine vintage tee) The transfers you get in shops always end up feeling crispy and cheap, and looking glossy. Does anyone know where I can get decent transfers or an alternative method? (Not fabric paint!) Thanks! x
I know this is a DIY forum, but I did design this myself... On August 4th, 2012, this t-shirt will be available on goodjoe.com for 24 HOURS ONLY!!! Check it our below. https://www.goodjoe.com/designs/3951-benjaminleebates-it-s-about-me
Topic by benjaminleebates 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Hello! I have gotten a few instructables shirts from some recent contests and have 4 of the same burnt orange color. They are quite lovely but I was hoping to diversify my color collection. So if anyone has ones they would be willing to trade feel free to post of send a message! Mine are all mediums and I would really like to trade for other mediums. Thanks!
Topic by Patrick S 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago