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Anyone make t-shirts?

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If I were to give you a design, could you print it on a shirt and ship one (or more) to me?
Edited by xdanisx - 2/18/11 at 7:50pm
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We have had shirts printed before via silkscreening... And while not horribly expensive they almost always have a 25+ shirt order minimum. (We provided the shirts to make it cheaper yet)

If you don't need the design to be huge (more than 1/2 the front/back area) you can probably go to any of the big box stores (call first) that have a photo shop and get them to make one for $20ish.
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You should check out http://www.customink.com/ . They have a huge selection of shirts you can use. Depending on the number of colors you want in the design, you may not have to have a minimum order. We use this site all the time and the quality is excellent.
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