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Process Lets You Put Photo On A Shirt
You can put your favorite cow, tractor, a family portrait, your farm or any other photo or drawing on a T-shirt or sweatshirt with a new process developed in Japan.
All you do is send in any color photo or drawing, along with your order specifying the type of shirt you'd like (T-shirt, sweat shirt, golf shirt, etc.) and the size you would like the photo to be on the shirt. The company can "blow up" the photo or shrink it, as needed.
Bev Wilkins, who imported the new photo imaging machine, says that because the image is printed directly onto the fabric of the clothing, it can't rub off or come loose the way iron-on patches can, and the clothes may be washed normally without washing out color. The company can also customize any shirt with lettering in many different styles.    I
Prices range from $8.99 for T-shirts to 19.99 for sweatshirts and up to $45 for a zippered sweatshirt. The company has a special mail order form that makes it easy to customize the design on whatever type of shirt selected.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Special T's, P.O. Box 984, 948 Dundas Street East, Woodstock, Ontario N4S 8A4 Canada (ph 519 539-0456).

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1989 - Volume #13, Issue #3