I’m Back Baby! Shirt Show Episode 1

What’s up my peeps!


So I haven’t been the greatest at posting. I’ve been grinding and working to make all these projects in my head a reality. Still working….


But nonetheless I’m very excited to announce the premiere of my web show thingy called “Shirt Show”! As many of you know I started a t shirt company 6 years ago. It was my first foray in the entrepreneurial world. It was and continues to be a blast. I’ve gotten to be a part of the most amazing projects. From making badass shirts for my friends gyms to Game Of Thrones related apparel. We’ve done it all. We’ve learned a ton and made even more mistakes.

So that’s why we decided to make a show for anyone wanting to make custom t shirts. It can be a very daunting task, with unlimited choices. Our goal is to clear all that up and more importantly rid the world of bad shirts! There is alot.

So please check out Shirt Show 001 “It’s all about the Blend-jamins baby”.

If you enjoy it please share. But more importantly if you know anyone who has thought about taking the great idea and turning it into a shirt. Send them this. We want to provide a ton of value, clear up the confusion, and help. Also please tell them to email me directly jfisher@2sleevetees.com if they need any help.

Thanks and enjoy!






  1. An Empath Marketer · July 15, 2016

    Yay Jonny this is awesome!!

    Sent from my iPhone


    Liked by 1 person

  2. Renee Turner · July 21, 2016

    The things I never knew about shirts! Now I know what to look for when I’m buying. Can you educate us about which blends might be best for tie-dye? Will the Rayon blend work? Are the shirts you would buy for me, if I were a client, be made in America? I’m interested in the info! Also, can you discuss fit? How the shirts are different for men compared to the women? What about the nefarious ‘One size fits all’? Thanks for the info!

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    • fishsticks81 · July 22, 2016

      Hey Renee!

      We will absolutely cover the tie dye on a future episode. Thanks for the idea!

      For tie dye you definitely want to stick to natural fibers like cotton and stay away from synthetic fibers, like a poly. They make it tougher to dye since they repel water.

      We take all the clients concerns and requests into account when doing shirts. This makes every project unique and a lot of fun. Vegan and don’t want wool? Done. Want American made only? Done.

      We have had the most luck with unisex tees. Especially with blends, they are cut to be a little more form fitting and not boxy. When in doubt you can always have a seamstress tailor them. A lot of people don’t think about that!

      I hope the coffee shop is going great!



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