This helps a great deal! you have been very consistent with good answers to my many questions today also. I really appreciate your help! it is very nice to have good people like you out there, especially for the newbies!!!Today........it's white followed by black, followed by ash gray, are the top three we are printing, as far as sizes, L & XL run neck n' neck, followed by 2x, then small. these are all Gildan 2000 t shirts.
I paraphrased my response with "today" because it changes for us from order to order, but by and large this time of the year white is king.
Hope this helps.
Well, for my t-shirt shop on CafePress, it is colored shirt, in Men's size M, for the most part. But this is because I cater specifically TO rock climbers. Not so many Size @XZ climbers out there.....hahahah
This definitely helps. I didnt really think about preshrunk and ordering up a size. Good info! ThanksI do all tie-dye. However, my white blanks I order are all Gildan/Ultra cotton 6.1oz weight/ I sell mostly adult sizes. I concentrate on L XL the most, few 2XL and a few M. Most adults fit into the L/XL category. Though shirts are pre-shrunk everyone orders a size up, which is how I sell. Most M's would wear a L, most L's would go with an XL....as for kids, I concentrate on teens and pre-teens. I find the adult S and adult M would serve them, so I never order YA sizes.
hope this helps.
If you're going to be offering printing services, my suggestion would be to NOT buy any blank t-shirt inventory to start out.I am thinking that a safe bet would be to order white, black, and ash gray in sizes medium, large, and x-large and it would be a safe bet that I could unload all inventory.