How T-shirts Are Cut and Why You Need to Know

How T-shirts Are Cut and Why You Need to Know

16 Replies to “How T-shirts Are Cut and Why You Need to Know”

  1. Thanks for the informative videos. As a seamstress of 40+ years, I have always disliked tubular tshirts (which is why I only use certain brands if the customer insists๐Ÿ˜Š).

  2. Ive started using the 3001 for my tshirts. Quality of the fabric is very good. But workmanship in putting these together not so Iโ€™m afraid to say. Sleeves sewn uneven. Loads of excess thread hanging off. ๐Ÿ™

  3. you guys shirt prices start at 12. 95 on printify and pintful.. not sue why yall even mention 3 bucks on here.

  4. this was so good. I never would have known why but NOW I do and appreciate this. it explains so much in difference of sizes from the same shipment of shirts.
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  5. Very cool that you are sharing this info with us. As someone in the early stages of developing our apparel line, it goes a long way toward helping my decision on which manufacturer to choose.

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