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Hello Everyone,

The fair is a dog walk and craft fair.

I am doing a fair and making transfers on the spot.

I can afford to take around 50 shirts with me.

My question is how to break up the size and type.
The weather is about to get cold so I am thinking to get long sleeve t-shirts even though I would prefer to do short sleeves because they are lower in price.


I need to know how many large and extra large to order since my funds are low I was not thinking to have any smalls.

What would anyone here suggest. :)
 

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My plan is to take pictures of their pets and transfer it on the t-shirts. It is a fund raiser for a pet shelter.

I am thinking you could very well be right so how would you break up the sizes?
 

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Ana...remember its a walk and those folks are generally active. I dont think you will need the long sleeves if on a budget. You are going to need some smalls because parents will buy their children w/pet shirts for the kids. Also get enough shirts so you can have some high quality pre-made samples to spur those sales.
 

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My plan is to take pictures of their pets and transfer it on the t-shirts. It is a fund raiser for a pet shelter.

I am thinking you could very well be right so how would you break up the sizes?
Ok, now I am sure. I am big into animal rights, and I can tell you that there is a barely a man in sight at these things. I would go towards the smaller sizes, and go with plain t-shirts wich are cheaper, and therefore more of an ipulse buyable item. Maybe bring a couple sweatshirts. I think t-shirts are more popular though.
 
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