Making your own customer t-shirts is awesome, but it can get a little pricey and excessive if you have to order in bulk. The quality of inkjet transfers isn't exactly ideal, either. Fortunately, Instructables user Matthew Vieke has a great solution that requires just a shirt, a permanent marker and a few other optional items:
- A tracing box (which can be made with two push-on lights and a clear storage container)
- Masking tape
- Photoshop, or some other graphics software
Matthew's method is to take a monotone, high-contrast image (or use software to make one that way), print it out, use the tracing box to project the design through the t-shirt, and fill in the blanks with your marker. This can be a little time-consuming, but it can also be a relaxing activity that you can do while listening to a podcast. In the end you'll have a one-of-a-kind t-shirt that you designed yourself.
Easy Method for Custom T-Shirts [Instructables]