t-shirts in the US

Jeff Andros jeff at bigredtj.com
Wed Jul 4 00:50:15 CEST 2007

I'm not familiar with spreadshirt's stuff, but I know that some of the
shirts on cafepress are done with a direct dye process(dye goes directly
into the fabric)... which means no big plasticy sticky thing on the shirt(I
really hate that stuff).  If spreadshirts can give the same thing, I don't
really have a preference, but I'm all for cafepress otherwise (you will have
to select the direct dye (don't remember their name, but it's obvious)
option when you create the shirt itself)-- and check that the stock shirt
you select has that option

On 7/3/07, Daniel Willmann <daniel at totalueberwachung.de> wrote:
> Hi,
> On Tue, 3 Jul 2007 13:46:23 -0700
> "Brad Pitcher" <bradpitcher at gmail.com> wrote:
> > What's the status on the availability of openmoko t-shirts in the
> > US?  I checked on cafepress and spreadshirt.com and I couldn't find
> > anything.  I'd really like one of those shirts to wear at Ubuntu
> > Live/OSCON. Thanks,
> > Brad
> right, I said I'd  open up a shop in the US, too. I'll create an
> account tomorrow and start copying the designs from my spreadshirt.net
> account.
> Is there any particular reason to take one or the other
> (cafepress/spreadshirt)?
> Regards,
> Daniel Willmann
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