Part 3 [VIDEO] –> Final Questions About Starting a T-shirt Business 

By  Cartess Ross

Here’s the last video of this ‘trilogy’ about starting your own t-shirt company. I give some killer advice and the only thing left for you to do is too get started with your own t-shirt company. I know it’s scary, but like anything, you gotta take a leap of faith.

Watch the final video in this series. If you have questions, don’t hesitate to leave a comment below and I’ll answer them!

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Cartess Ross

I will guide you through this process and provide you with proven strategies to help you build a t-shirt company. As one of the original pioneers to start selling t-shirts online 20 years ago, I've sold millions of dollars in t shirts to people all over the world. I founded TshirtRiches in 2007 to teach others how to turn their t-shirt ideas into a business. So if you're ready, hop onboard and let's make this money!

Cartess Ross

  • Michelle Fenner says:

    I am ready to start my t-shirt business have a lot of ideas but one thing that’s holding me back is someone stealing my ideas. How can I protect my ideas from people who might have the money to make it bigger than me?


  • where can i get the good quality transfer paper

  • theres nobody in san diego that does the transfer for me on good paper specially for 50 cents i got a heat press now i just need someone to put it on that paper that you use i need help

  • i need to know what is a good company for getting my art work on heat transfer paper if you could help me that would be wonderful thank you and thank you for your information has been a great eye opener

  • I am thinking of selling my T-shirts online, or even set up my own store in the markets to sell my t-shirts, what do you think of that idea?

  • Small piece of advice that may help you all. E-Myth by Michael Gerber… If you can not walk away from your business and come back to see it more profitable, you do not have a “real business” you are providing a service. i.e Ray Croc Owner of Mcdonalds created a system so he doesn’t have to sell hamburgers on his own .. The owner of Starbucks did the same thing. However if you plan on making millions by printing shirts your self then you have a lot of work and arthritis in the years ahead.

    Google the Cashflow Quadrant and you will see exactly what I mean.

    I hope this helps


  • Thanks for all the info, the only major thing in watching your videos that u never share is where do you get the special realese paper you keep refering to where can that be bought please write back

  • Nyame baa says:

    I will appreciate it if you can please share where we can buy the special transfer paper ? Thank you

  • Fheycruz28 says:

    hi sir i want to purchase ur package but it doesnt ship here in the Phils..i want to ask what kind of ink i will going use for the self weeding paper?and can i use dye ink?tnx

  • Raushanah says:

    On one of your video’s you said you can print the t-shirts with my designs. How do I go about doing just that? Please send the information that I need to get started.


  • Anonymous says:

    I no longer offer that service… There wasn’t enough demand for that service. Sorry!

  • Jessegaines72 says:

    Cartess you stated in one of your videos about different companies putting designs on the transfer paper, right? How do I contact these companies? How much do each transfer paper cost with my design on it? And is there any other way to print some good quality t-shirts are do I have to get a single transfer paper for every t-shirt I print?


  • Thank you for all of your help. Have you ever had any experiences with Pro-World? You should get the Tee-Shirt Nobel Peace Prize for all you have shared!!!

    • I’ve ordered from them a few times with no problems back in the day. THey resell other manufacturer’s transfer designs.

  • Cartess Hi

    I have began printing heat transfer. With the same heat settings and pressure I have ran into a problem. On one shirt part of the transfer was left on the paper. How did this happen? Where did I go wrong.
    Another Q I have is; Can you print your own designs from a Cannon Printer? What will be the outcome?

    Ms Nancy

  • Make sure you let the machine heat up long enough. I generally leave my machine on for 30 minutes before I start using it. Make sure there is enough pressure on the machine as well.

    I imagine you can print designs from your Canon Printer. I don’t think your results will be any good though.


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