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.

  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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