All of the 'standard' t-shirts have printable areas. When you submit a design you may want to choose one or more of the following panels to print on:
1. Front - The largest space on the front of the t-shirt imagine a vertical rectangle from the top of the chest to the belly button
2. Back - Same size as the front panel but on the back, it's also slightly higher
3. Left Sleeve - a panel on your left sleeve about the size of if you put your hand on the top of your opposite side arm
4. Right Sleeve - as above but flipped - remember that right is the wearer's right side not right as you look at it!
5. Outside Label - This isn't a separate piece of material it's only a smaller printable between your shoulder blades at the top of your back - but only if you haven't used the back panel
6. Inside label - This replaces the label on thos t-shirts that have the option of tear-away manufacturer labels. These can be a great way to add brand value.
You get 1 panel included in the base price of the t-shirt. The cost of printing then goes up with every additional panel you choose.
For example, using all the extra panels can add over £10 to your base price so it's important to bear this in mind as it will affect your retail price and profit margin.
How much of this do I need to do?
It's up to you. You can either hand us your base graphics or you can download the templates and do them yourself.
More than you need to know
There are about 20 different styles of standard t-shirts, which change by size so it's also a dynamic template. What we suggest is that you do as much as you want to do and let us do the rest.