Be it Printful or any of the others, you select the shirts (from the ones they carry) that you want to use. All these places offer you the opportunity to chose higher of lower quality, it is up to you. Everyone has pretty much the same blanks to chose from, as these places have to buy them from the same distributors and manufactures as everyone else, and there are only so many. Best results will be had on 100% ringspun cotton with a high thread count, like Next Level Apparel 3600, Bella+Canvas 3001, American Apparel 2001, Gildan 64000 (solid colors only; the heather G640 colors are 65% polyester).Well, I'm concern with the manner in which the artwork is done on the shirts, at least in the initial stages. It would be a lot easier to work out the detail with a company if their business is near. Not to mention, the quality of the shirts being used.
No, I would rather let them handle the shipping as well. That was a lot of great information that you provided and I truly appreciate it. This is my second go at this and I'm doing things totally different. I will look into the websites that you mentioned as well. You're a class act!You might be able to workout something with a smaller local print company and do the shipping yourself. That sounds more like what you are looking for ... maybe.