I just go a thousand, which is the minimum from the place I got them.tickles said:cominout tts a good deal man... how much do you order?
I've never heard of it.WeeJames said:Is it possible to get labels done in lower quantity runs (say 100)?
I don't think so (the question has come up here before and no-one has said they have).tickles said:anyone here done changing of labels yourself??
I think you're right.. at this stage itd be more about our ego than whether it was worthwhile. Think ill hold off for nowSolmu said:If you're a small enough outfit that you can't justify the cost of 1200 labels, chances are you're small enough that you also don't really need them. For the average online t-shirt seller labels are more about ego than about business sense - they're basically a luxury item.
From what I understand from a local seamstress, is it's not that complicated, but you do need to know the basics of sewing and using a sewing machine/serger.Solmu said:I don't think so (the question has come up here before and no-one has said they have).
The standard suggestions are to either hire a local seamstress/seamstressing student/screenprinting (etc.) company who does relabelling, etc.
I too would be interested in knowing just what it involves though and whether or not it's something I should learn to do myself though.