my team deserves a t-shirt that doesn't suck.
December 5, 2011 11:22 AM Subscribe
You are not my t-shirt vendor, but please give me some advice on printing my (very special snowflake of a) t-shirt.
posted by Sauce Trough to clothing, beauty, & fashion (7 answers total) 5 users marked this as a favorite
I would like to print this four-color design
on a black t-shirt. This will be a very short run; I will need twelve shirts of varying sizes.
Print quality and durability are the most important considerations. This is not for profit, so cost is much less of an issue. I've bought crappy insta-fade t-shirts from Cafepress in the past and I don't want anything like that.
I have some great flex-printed tees from Spreadshirt and would love to use that process, but alas, the illo is too detailed.
So, my two questions:
1) What t-shirt printing process should I look for?
2) Can you recommend a vendor that uses that process? Super bonus points if it's in the Seattle area. I like shopping local!