Just a little help - I like Gildan
Good point. That's correct "free samples" are a whole different animal, but most of the time when I say "get some samples", I mean buy one or two shirts from that manufacturer to see if you like them.As well, am I to guess that "samples" aren't really free, but people are using the term in regards to purchasing a shirt of each kind?
Gildan do a 50/50 5.6oz shirt (8000 in their catalogue, pocket, youth and l/s options available). Never tried one, so I don't know if they're any good or not.Twinge said:I think Gildan is probably the most used brand for general imprinting, though I don't know if they offer any cotton/poly blends offhand.
The spinning happens at the thread level (i.e. before the fabric is knit), so I don't see why you couldn't. I have no idea if they're made or not though (it might be considered a waste of good cotton since the polyester might overwhelm its properties anyway - I don't know).error426 said:Can 50/50 blends be ringspun?
I don't see any reason they would be.error426 said:Are they any harder to apply plastisol transfers too?
Yup. Even when paying for samples I've had some pretty smarmy responses due to the purchases being piece quantity (which is one of the reasons I hate that wholesaler, and avoid giving them money whenever possible As far as I'm concerned sampling is part of doing business).error426 said:As well, am I to guess that "samples" aren't really free, but people are using the term in regards to purchasing a shirt of each kind?