Custom Iron On Transfer Prints?.

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4/4/2012 11:51 PM
Edited Date/Time: 4/5/2012 8:33 PM

Anyone know where I can purchase customized iron on transfers and sew on clothing labels using the loop fold and it would have the brand logo on it and be stitched to the bottom of the shirt.
Because I'm thinking of making a bmx clothing line. First drop would be 3/4 raglan shirt and maroon, black and white basic tee shirt.

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4/5/2012 6:51 AM

Im pretty sure ebay has what your looking for but im not 100% sure

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4/5/2012 7:30 PM

well here in america you can go to a arts and crafts store and they have it there, or you can go to
http://www.spreadshirt.com/create-your-own-t-shirt-C59

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4/18/2012 5:19 AM

Just found this thread. I've been doing my own brand and shirts as well. I recommend you learn how to screenprint. Way better than shitty Iron-on shit. I would never sell iron-on haha. Screenprinting is industry standard.

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4/18/2012 7:31 AM

brianoob wrote:

Just found this thread. I've been doing my own brand and shirts as well. I recommend you learn how to screenprint. Way better than shitty Iron-on shit. I would never sell iron-on haha. Screenprinting is industry standard.

Yeah I was thinking about this. Probably going to just have a patch thing at the bottom of the shirt with the brand. Keeping it basic.

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4/18/2012 2:18 PM

yeah, I've never screen-printed before, but I have used iron-transfers. You can buy them at wal-mart, and they have the tendency to come off in the washing machine. I agree with brianoob, screen-printing would probably be better. Looks better.

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