or go to the 'ending soonest' part and scroll down to see if there are any bids.
people here have said that ebay is a tough gig. generally, it's not worth the effort, they say, and once you get lost in the mix, that's easy to see why. as mentioned, however, and this also makes a lot of sense, if you do very, very new designs based off some current/topical event, that may move shirts.
the problem here is your costs ~ if you only sell one shirt, it's not worth it. if you keep the screen around for awhile, you may recoup some of your production cost for making the screen. ebay isn't free, either, and if there's a dispute, good luck trying to get it in your favour, so i hear. the flip side is if you get 60 orders, can you process those?
if you look at what's being bid on, you'll notice not a lot of unknown brands out there are going for much, which, imo, why they jack the shipping up to a ridiculous seven bucks as to make it appear that the buyer is getting a better deal. basically, if you have a brand, expect to make flea market prices off a sale, imo. of course there are exceptions that i'm missing after just perusing feebay for a few minutes, but once you look at the prices, styles, what's being bid on, etc., it looks to be disheartening for a new brand. after all, there are, what, over 2.3 *million* listings for t-shirts today?
but, hey, you can be an exception, just be aware of the caveats. if feebay doesn't work out for you, what's plan B?