05 July 2011 ~ 1 Comment

Brand Your Custom T-Shirts with DIY Fabric Labels [Video]

Custom Fabric LabelsIf you’re not one of them yourself, you may not know that many of our customers at BlueCotton aspire to create their own branded clothing lines. Using our one-of-a-kind design studio, several clients create entire collections of designs as a start to their very own brand of unique t-shirts. If you’re one of those people, this project can help you realize your dreams of owning your own brand of apparel.

Creating your own custom fabric labels to replace the t-shirt manufacturer’s tags can be a great way to further sell your clothing line as a legitimate brand. YouTube user, PBunnieP, has created a very helpful video tutorial of how to create your own fabric labels using only cotton twill tape, iron-on transfer paper, an inkjet printer, and an iron. Check it out below…

You can also check out the full post at her blog, The Bunnie Hole.

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25 June 2007 ~ 0 Comments

BlueCotton.com Launches New Website featuring Design Studio

BlueCotton.com DesignStudio

Bowling Green, KYBlueCotton.com announced the launch of their new custom apparel website on Monday, June 25. The centerpiece of the new site is the “DesignStudio” where users can design custom printed t-shirts and embroidered apparel through a powerful interactive interface that entertains the imagination. “We tried to think through every possible option that we could currently offer our customers in a traditional face to face setting, and then find a way to take that experience online and make the process fun and intuitive. Many of our favorite retail apparel sites offer some type of interactive shopping experience, but when you’re talking about custom t-shirts, the creative process has to be almost limitless”, explained owner Mike Coffey.

The DesignStudio utilizes Flash Technology which allows the user a tremendous amount of creative control over the clip art, text tools, and shape tools that make up the heart of the website. It also features the ability for users to upload their own images. BlueCotton.com has taken the design online application to a new level over other competitors and in so doing has made the process as easy as it should be. Even if you are not in the market for custom t-shirts or embroidered apparel, this site is worth visiting just for fun.

Based in Bowling Green, Kentucky, BlueCotton.com has been selling printed t-shirts and embroidered apparel since 1991. All of their production is done on location at 131 Vanderbilt Ct. A new production facility is currently under construction and will be ready to move into in September of this year. Before the launch of BlueCotton.com, nearly half of their revenue came from sales to fraternities and sororities nationwide through their other website, www.greekt-shirts.com.

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