Sorry that the roundup is so late today, I had to go and pick up my cousin at the airport, and the airport is kind of far away.
Does anyone really like USB flash drives enough to buy this shirt from TeeFury.
Pretty sure I’ve seen every episode of Buffy ever, so I approve of this Buffy the Vampire Slayer t-shirt at Qwertee.
Obviously this marsupial print at Shirt.Woot is printed where you’d usually find a pocket on a t-shirts, it wouldn’t make a lot of sense if there was just a massive pocket print in the middle of a t-shirt.
Gotta love this 8-bit Ninja Turtles t-shirt at RIPT today.
Does anybody remember nostalgia? TeeMinus24
I’m kind of surprised that Ring Con isn’t a real thing. Admittedly I haven’t even Googled it, so it might be a thing. 24tee.
Ha, funny Batman shirt from Loviu today.
Catch of the Day Tee are aiming for the niches with this Highlander t-shirt.
Pretty clever shirt of the day at DBH.
BustedTees latest daily deal is their ‘haters gonna hate’ t-shirt for $12 instead of $20.
Kissmetrics have a couple of good posts for brand owners, the first is about the importance of good customer service, the second is a few tips for growing your Twitter following in a way that isn’t totally spammy.
Ever have the drawstring in your hoodie go inside the hood? It’s a hassle shuffling it back around to the whole, but Lifehacker suggests that the easiest way to move it through is with a straw, and they’re probably right.
Teeandtoast have an incredibly cute new design about tea cakes which will make no sense to Americans, do you guys have tea cakes? I imagine you’d love them.
Storenvy have a post about editing product photos that I know a lot of t-shirt brands need to take a look at.
Unfortunately Youneek Clothing will be closing down in December, but that does mean that their tees are as low as £8 to help clear out the stock.
There’s a recipe for making Krispy Kreme style donuts on Instructables. Nothing to do with t-shirts, but who doesn’t love donuts?
Oh, and don’t forget that Rigu just launched yesterday.