An iPad is all 26-year-old Palmer Dean needed to create the initial designs that would launch his Dallas based t-shirt business…
Take a look at the page below to learn more about how Palmer got started and the app he used to create his t-shirt designs.
Thanks for keeping us in the loop. You have no idea what a MAJOR help you’ve been to me. You’re a true businessman…I like that! I’ll sign up for your course soon. I’ve already ordered my heat press, transfers, shirts, and narrowed my niche down. For anyone reading this, if you’re serious about starting your own t-shirt biz…look no further. Everything you need from A to Z is covered. Best of luck everyone!
We thank you Angela for your kind words! 🙂
I have been talking to you for a while, regarding the start up of my business, and the money to get the machine to make the shirts… is it necessary for me to have this machine to get business going… I’m assuming yes, but was just curious.
It would be best, but depending on your situation and what you can afford; just do what you can to get started.
Even if it means finding someone local to do the shirts for you. Yes, that will require you to mark the shirt up some to cover your cost and make some money on the shirts. You may be able to find someone that you can pay to use their machine until you can purchased your own. To be honest, you know your situation better than anyone. Simply do what you can do to get started. What really matters is that you continue to move forward and do what you can do until you’re up and running your own tshirt business.
Hello , Mr Ross just wanted to know can you use transfers from anther company on my website.
If you purchase stock transfers from transfer vendors…YES you can! In fact, we recommend that for those who can not afford to start off with their own designs. It’s a lot cheaper and easier to get started with. In fact, when we sold tshirts that exactly what we did! 🙂 We made a lot of money selling those tshirts!
ThankYou, Mr Ross God Bless you and your family.
HELL M ROSS I HAVE STAARTED A T-SHIRT BUSINESS AND I BUY MY DESIGNS BUT WHEN I PUT THEM ON A T-SHIRT NOT ALL OF THE INK IS GOING TO THE T-SHIRT WHEN I PEEL IT OFF WHAT AM I DOING WRONG
Hmmm… Are these custom screen printed transfers, or are you printing them yourself???
What’s the temp you have set? How long is the press staying down on the garment/transfer? I need more info…
Well, I would love to take this opportunity as of now. I tried to click on the link if you are interested, but I was unable. I am a member already and I wanted to know more information on the prices if I wanted a page design as well. I just have an array of questions to ask, but I’m ready to get this started.
Please email us @ email@example.com.