The Definitive Guide to T-Shirt Design and Manufacturing

Jeff Staple, Founder, Staple Design

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9 Videos (49m)
    • Welcome to Class

      1:59
    • T-Shirt Design Contest- ENTRIES DUE 12/18/15

      0:12
    • Your Assignment - Make a T-Shirt

      2:01
    • Power of the "Tee"

      6:51
    • Production Processes

      11:28
    • Types of Shirts

      10:40
    • T-Shirt Manufacturing

      8:52
    • Pricing

      5:47
    • Conclusion

      0:54
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About This Class

Between his global streetwear brand Staple Design and renowned retail store Reed Space, jeffstaple has designed and sorted through thousands of t-shirts over the past two decades.

In this class, he celebrates the power of the "tee" by providing insights on how to concept, design, and manufacture a shirt that can form the foundation of your business. 

This class is perfect for aspiring fashion entrepreneurs, designers, and everyone looking to spread a message in one of the most effective ways: a t-shirt. Learn everything you need to know about the types of tees available and what to expect when you dive in to making them.

As an added bonus, students who submit their actual t-shirt creations in the class have the opportunity to get purchased and placed in jeff's store, Reed Space. 

911 of 924 students recommendSee All

really appreciated the knowledge and skills shared in this class. it was presented in a very easy to understand way. highly recommend if interested in starting your own line. the information about the different designs, construction, info that you have to communicate with the printmaker...more than i would have thought was involved but you will know exactly how to move forward. looking forward to the other classes jeff has available. thanks jeff!!!
Jeff keeps it fun, but also real and no nonsense. I would recommend this class to anyone looking to start any type of fashion brand!!!
Chris V

Artist, Designer, Maker

Very excellent flow through of the basic design and function of tees