Shirt Information

What brand are your shirts?
At the present time, all our shirts are Gildan Ultra Cotton 6.1oz shirts.
These are preshrunk, seamless collar, double needle stitched, and
taped shoulder to shoulder. All are 100% cotton except the Ash color
which is 99% cotton and 1% poly.

Who designs the shirts you sell?
We buy blank shirts and embroider the designs ourselves. This is why
some orders may not ship for a few days. We do not keep enormous
amounts of finished shirts on hand, but rather keep a small stock
of blank shirts and finish them as needed.

Do the shirts run large or small?

We have found that most shirts run true to size,
maybe being a little on the larger side. Even though they are preshrunk,
we wash the blank shirts when we receive them to prevent any further shrinking.

Why do you not offer the same colors for all shirts?
Some shirts are not available in all colors from our supplier.
For example, the adult shirts are available in Azalea in short
sleeve but not long sleeve. We do not offer the Cardinal Head
design on a red or maroon shirt because the design would not
show up very well.

My shirt with the iron-on has become very cracked and ugly. Why?
As with all iron-on and screen print shirts, they must be laundered gently.
When you purchase one of our shirts with the iron-on, we include special instructions
on how to launder. The shirts should always be washed in cold water and air dried.
If you wash in hot water or dry in the dryer, the iron-on will shrink and crack quickly.
Over time, any iron-on or screen print will eventually become cracked but with
careful laundering it will last a lot longer.

There was a white fabric covering the back of the embroidered
area that has come off after washing. Why ?

This is normal. The embroidered area can sometimes be scratchy when first
finished so we cover it until it softens up. The white fabric is just a fusible
interfacing that will eventually come off after several washings.

Why do you not offer sweatshirts?
We hope to offer them in the future but for right now,
we are limiting our inventory to what we have space for