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kermitstar
« on: May 21, 2005 02:53:17 PM »

Hey, first post on craftster, woot! Grin
Ok, so I decided to start makin t-shirts this summer. See, I draw a lot on Paint, and my friends are very eager for me to get these on some t-shirts.(Heck yes to iron-ons!) Anyway, I wanted to know if anyone livin in the valley knows of a good place to get plain, standard, COTTON t-shirts in bulk(20 maybe?) for a reasonable price. Yes, I tried buying Hanes 3-packs for men, they were too big and needed refitting. YES, I tried buying Hanes 3-packs for boys, the collars were too high. And, YES, I CAN refit every single shirt, but I'd rather focus on ironing, PLUS it's hard to refit a shirt specific to someone I can't easily measure. If you know anything, or have any thrift-store tips, let me know! Roll Eyes
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dinosaurshateemo
« Reply #1 on: May 21, 2005 04:01:32 PM »

try http://www.t-shirtwholesaler.com i haven't personally ordered from there, but i hear its a good place.
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kermitstar
« Reply #2 on: May 21, 2005 06:38:05 PM »

hah, good idea, but i was thinking more of a store. looong story, lets just say i'd prefer to go to a store Smiley
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