How to Print T-Shirts for Fun and Profit!
This is the number one reference and source for anyone wanting to print
T-shirts or decorate garments.
How to Print T-Shirts for Fun and Profit covers the details of screen
printing, heat transfers, and the inkjet-to-garment process in an easy-to-follow,
step-by-step manner. First published in 1978, and just updated with the latest
information in 2008, this book has sold more than 140,000 copies. Long known
as The T-Shirt Printer's Bible, this latest edition lays out the technical
processes, how to start a shop, how to market and sell T-shirts, a complete
source directory, and plans for simple printing equipment. Whether you are a
hobbyist or want to start a profitable business,
How to Print T-Shirts for Fun and Profit is the best, most updated book available.
o Commonly Asked Questions
o Artwork Preparation and Computer Graphics
o Preparing the Screen
o All About Screen Printing Ink
o Printing Techniques
o Heat Transfers
o Nylon Jackets, Baseball Caps and other Imprintables
o Special Effects Printing
o Printing Non-Textiles
o Inkjet Printing on Garments
o All About Garments
o Marketing and Selling
o The Business
o Setting Up a Shop
Manny Hernandez of Bay Area, CA says,"I recently had the opportunity of
attending one of the seminars taught at U.S. Screen Printing Institute,
in Tempe, AZ, the company whose founder (Scott) wrote this book. It was
there that I got my hands on this book. The book totally takes you through
the ins and outs of printing T-Shirts, whether you want to do it (as the
title says) for fun or as a serious business. It not only discusses the
technical part in enough detail: it also goes into the marketing and sales
of your product. Scott has shared in this book (and all the products he
offers) his knowledge and experience of over 25 years in this industry, so
that all who are considering taking it seriously as a business don't fall
in the same pitfalls he went through. So: don't waste your time and money.
Get yourself a copy of this great book. It's worth every penny you will pay
for it and more!
The Author, Scott and Pat Fresener, started in the T-shirt business in
1969 with a $500 investment. In 1978 they wrote the first edition of How
to Print T-Shirts for Fun and Profit which has since sold over 140,000 copies.
They are the leading authorities on the garment printing process and they
have taught thousands of students at their internationally known U.S. Screen
Printing Institute in Tempe, Arizona, USA.
J. Bryan of Huntington, WV says, "This book can be overwhelming at times
due to the wealth of information. I started printing t-shirts and got in a
bind, that's when I decided to buy this book. I increased my production and
had better products. This is a valued tool for me. I would definitely
recommend it to anyone trying to print their own Ts.
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