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I have a logo I'm looking to add to some plain T-Shirts. I'm wondering if you know of any companies that allow me to make custom T-Shirts. Please tell me your favorite part about the company you selected.

asked Jul 04 '10 at 16:25

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CafePress.com & Zazzle.com -- they don't just do t-shirts, they also do other merchandise. And if all you need's a logo, Land's End Business does amazing embroidered shirts (polos, etc.)

answered Jul 04 '10 at 17:00

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I just looked at CafePress and it is just what I needed. Thanks.

(Jul 04 '10 at 18:38) Liam Quade Liam%20Quade's gravatar image

Cafepress.com is the site that I use. It's a great way to open up an online store and sell your own merchandise. You can do more things then just t-shirts, and all you need to do is provide the logo and set the price!

answered Jul 04 '10 at 18:12

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I just looked at CafePress and it is just what I needed. Thanks.

(Jul 04 '10 at 18:38) Liam Quade Liam%20Quade's gravatar image

You could Do It Your Self. All you need are: Iron On Transfer Paper, Computer, Printer, T-Shirts & Iron. If you want it to be screened, there's an info-mercial I remember.

answered Jul 04 '10 at 16:32

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I've done that before and don't like it much. I'd rather have a company do it for me.

(Jul 04 '10 at 16:36) Liam Quade Liam%20Quade's gravatar image

I know Gildan makes a lot of shirts for companies around where I live. They have a site: http://gildan.com/index.cfm

answered Jul 04 '10 at 16:39

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answered Jul 27 '10 at 20:42

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