T Shirt Printing Companies In The Bay Area Please Help!!!! 10 Points!!?
I Need A Really Cheap T Shirt Printing Company That Has Pretty Good Quality. I'Ve Made Hand Drawn Prints That I Want To Get Printed. Say, About 500, For Charity. Please Help!!!!!

Sorry, don't know any in bay area (bay area of where???)

I would try local office printing stores, they sometimes can print on apparel. If you can do the work yourself, I'd suggest getting printable iron on transfers. You can get a digital image of your drawing, print them out on your computer & iron them onto your t-shirts. However, 500 IS a lot, but if you're desperate, its the best way. I've done 20 of these before, it took some time, but it looks great.

If its for charity, there may be companies who will give you discounts in the printing. Google search T-shirt printing or apparel printing in your area.

if you want to do it online, (where they do the printing & shipping, etc.) try cafepress.com, they usually will work with charities & may give you a discount, though I do believe they're expensive no matter what.

Sorry can't help you any more. You may want to re-ask this question again, try a different category, such as: Society & Culture > Community Service
Games & Recreation > Hobbies & Crafts
Local Businesses
one of the categories under: News & Events

T- Shirt Screen Printing?
I Am Into Screen Printing And I Need A Supplier Or Manufacturer Of T- Shirts Can Anyone Please Tell Me Where I Can Find Good Quality Wholesale Cheap T-Shirts.

try http://americanapparel.net

You might have to get at LEAST a tax-id or a basic business S-Corp filled out with the government in order to setup a wholesale account. I'd find a tax guy/gal and talk to them about doing that first.

Where Can I Find Information Or How Much Should I Charge For Legal Rights To A T-Shirt Design?
I'M A Graphic Designer (3 Yrs Out Of College) And I'Ve Never Had A Client Ask To Buy Exclusive Rights To The Designs Until Now. It Seems Like I Cannot Find Any Information About How Much I Should Be Charging Per Design (That Is Up To Date) For A T-Shirt? If Anyone Can Help…Please Help. It Would Be Appreciated. Thanks! Holly

Hi Holly.

If someone wishes to buy legal rights to your design, it obviously has some value for them. How much you wish to charge them, however, is completely up to you. It kind of comes down to how much your client feels the design is worth to them.

The best example of how you might want to charge them comes from the world of stock photography. Most stock photo houses charge by the USAGE and the AUDIENCE size. So, for example, if a designer wants to use a photo ONE time for ONE postcard design for a mailing to 500 people, that will cost a lot less than if the designer wants to use the same photo for UNLIMITED use all over the world.

If your client just wants to reprint your t-shirt, you should charge them a flat fee to do so. But, if they want the right to print your design anywhere they see fit - on their trucks, on their building, on the website, on sales flyers, etc, then they should have to pay you extra for that privilege.

It's hard for me to put a price on your design without seeing it, but a minimum of $500 dollars for an original design would not be beyond reason. I've worked with companies that have spent thousands.

I hope this helps, Holly.

Teen Girl Clothes Stores?
Hi! I Really Want To Change My Style, But Don'T Know Any Clothes Stores D: Help? (Not Aero, Ae, Or Hollister Please!)

I know this will sound clichè, but go to Forever 21! The clothes are beautiful and at a very fair price! I got a cute dress for my eighth grade dance for 14 dollars! I don't own anything from Aero, AE, or Hollister, but what I do is look up the seasons current trends and buy super cheap clothes from thrift stores, yard sales, etc. It doesn't matter where you get it, no one will know, of course unless it's like Hollister or whatever. Good luck!

How Make &Quot;Soft&Quot; Tee (T-Shirt) ?
We'Re A New (Small) Screen Printing Company, Printing A Lot Of Standard T-Shirt Brands, And Getting A Lot Of Requests For &Quot;American Apparel&Quot; Style &Quot;Softees&Quot; (Ie: Vintage, Ring-Spun Cotton Effect/Feel). Aa Is Extremely Expensive; Even With Wholesale Distributor Rates We'Re Paying $5+ For Aa Standards (4.5Oz Or So). Does Anyone Know A Way Or Process We Can Do In Our Home Shop To 'Soften' Cheaper Tees? (Hanes/Jerzees/Fotl, 5.5Oz Etc). Can We Do Something Like Tumble These Shirts Carefully With Some Kind Of Process And Then Hot Press Or Iron Them Back Into Shape? Basically How To Make 'Vintage' Shirt Feel From Cheaper Shirts. Thanks!

1. Fabric Softener
2. Drying
3. Softening the Water


Cheap T Shirts In Bulk?
I Want To Find A Site Where You Can Buy T Shirts In Bulk But Are Not Expensive (The Cheaper The Better).

How many you need and what colors... I can hook you up with the best price. I own a t shirt printing business.

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