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 Post subject: Escape Goat T-Shirts
PostPosted: Sat Aug 18, 2007 11:15 pm 
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I have re-created the escape goat logo and have come up with a few templates for the t-shirt.

I would appreciate it if people would have a look and let me know what you think.

Any ideas/recommendations wouild be greatfully received.

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How would the small one look as a tit badge?

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top one for me :grin: clappp clappp clappp clappp clappp clappp clappp clappp

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i was talking to the leedspoolie today and he said
"i am going to after claim copy write "


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This one for me but I'd prefer a polo shirt.

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Mr I wrote:
This one for me but I'd prefer a polo shirt.

Yes very chic, especially if it has blue trim.

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 Post subject: Re: Escape Goat T-Shirts
PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2007 4:10 am 
I'm with Mr Head on the tit badge on that swish shirt. :grin:


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I like the 3rd and 4th best. Will the shirts have a white back ground, Grave?


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Bigger one for me.Prefer a polo shirt like.

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2007 1:35 pm 
the only problem with polo shirts is they wont print the same as a t shirt unless you are going for embroider
which will cost more but discount for bulk orders might help
you also need a quality t shirt [torque] are good stuff we used them for the bizz stuff


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The Tit badge on a decent quality T-shirt looks great to me. Would quite fancy buying a couple extra for our bar staff to wear as their "uniform"....!!

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I like the top one the most personally.

Thought about making a shop on Spreadshirt? They provide the shirts and print them for you - like the Bunker shop me and Gaunt sadly neglected due to lack of time to commit to it. You could host it on our account by all means - plenty of stuff to choose from. Saves you taking orders or making certain sizes in hope that people buy them


EDIT: in fact you could make several different designs and people could choose which one they wanted.

Found the shop! Link is here: http://www.spreadshirt.net/shop.php?sid=235194


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I like the top one the most personally.

Thought about making a shop on Spreadshirt? They provide the shirts and print them for you - like the Bunker shop me and Gaunt sadly neglected due to lack of time to commit to it. You could host it on our account by all means - plenty of stuff to choose from. Saves you taking orders or making certain sizes in hope that people buy them


EDIT: in fact you could make several different designs and people could choose which one they wanted.

Found the shop! Link is here: http://www.spreadshirt.net/shop.php?sid=235194


Cheers for that mate! I will have a look round that site today. clappp

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There seems to be a demand both for Ts (for the scruffy bunkerites :razz:) and for Polos (for us classy ones :laugh:)

I've just been browsing and there are any number of UK sites where you can order custom polos, embroidery included, for £9-£11.

For example white with blue trim available in both these models:

http://www.anyembroidery.com/poloshirts/nine.html
http://www.anyembroidery.com/poloshirts/seven.html

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I prefer the tit bage on a polo shirt too.


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I prefer the tit bage on a polo shirt too.


You can model it for us :grin:

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I prefer the tit bage on a polo shirt too.


You can model it for us :grin:


Yeah, but that wouldn't be a pretty site. :uhoh:


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I prefer the tit bage on a polo shirt too.


You can model it for us :grin:


Yeah, but that wouldn't be a pretty site. :uhoh:


I think that's for us to decide?! :wink:

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gravedisorder wrote:
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I like the top one the most personally.

Thought about making a shop on Spreadshirt? They provide the shirts and print them for you - like the Bunker shop me and Gaunt sadly neglected due to lack of time to commit to it. You could host it on our account by all means - plenty of stuff to choose from. Saves you taking orders or making certain sizes in hope that people buy them


EDIT: in fact you could make several different designs and people could choose which one they wanted.

Found the shop! Link is here: http://www.spreadshirt.net/shop.php?sid=235194


Cheers for that mate! I will have a look round that site today. clappp


If you want, and assuming Daniel Gaunt is fine with it, you can use our details. Make it non-profit and such. Obviously I don't think they do embroidery but look into Montpoolier's links for that.

I'm here until tomorrow lunchtime then I'm away from the internet until Saturday, so let me know if you want our details!


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I know a place that does embroidery not what not on clothing. My dad uses them for his business. Could get their details if you'e interested?


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Right, just testing the water here but I found a decent online company who do personalised t-shirts etc. They are called the t-shirt studio and their addy is: http://www.tshirtstudio.com/personalised/youdesign.asp

While the quality looks top-notch and they offer a range of t-shirts, polo shirts and even womens ones they are pretty steep.

The cost per garment is approx £18 but this would no doubt be cheaper if we were to get a batch made up.

Is this too steep?

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Mens T-shirt:

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Polo shirt:

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Womens t-shirt:

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Oh and I nearly forgot, this is the womens one following a heavy downpour..

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(Sorry, I know it is childish and sexist but I couldnt resist rolfl )


Please let me know what you think. :grin:

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Could you move the Poolie Bunker bit up a bit so it is closer to the neck line?


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Could you move the Poolie Bunker bit up a bit so it is closer to the neck line?


The website does not let me do this but if a lot of people are interested in getting the shirts done by this company I am sure they would be willing to do so. If there is enough interest then I will gladly phone them and enquire. cheers

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I still say that the URL should be below the logo.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 21, 2007 7:59 am 
dibble might put me right on this but is that justport the company we got the kids kit from?
i am sure you can get a quality t shirt/polo in numbers cheaper than 18 pounds plus embroider
initially you should register your logo design as once they start selling Primark would be full of them at two quid a go complete wit escapegoat logo
also you need to pay an initial fee to set up your logo to be embroidered to the company doing them it remains your property for two years then you need to register it again
the cost of each embroider depends on the quality and that is governed by the number of stitches they use
some of you military men look at your badges and see the quality compared to every day stuff
bizz had some stuff done by crest which probably was ok but then we got some done through a friend who shall remain nameless till he gets back from Cuba and out of the storm
now this stuff was the bizz far out lasted the crest polo's and still looks good today [torque polp shirts]
looking at your sample you have something like eight or nine colours overall there so it wont come cheap or if it does you lose on quality unless you can cut that down some way
e; change the horns to body colour make the spade the same blue as your shirt etc but you need to talk to the people doing it for advice on that
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The way I see it, the problem with polo shirts is that the logo will not look as good. I think if we start reducing the colours etc in the image to reduce the cost then the polo shirts will simply look like any other 'stag weekend' type shirts that all and sundry get made from time to time.

The whole point of this was to create a design which would look proffessional, otherwise I dont really see the point in doing it. I dont want this to appear tacky or cheap like we are part of some star wars convention or something.

I have not seen HUFC's polo shirts in a while but from what I recall even they looked a bit naff beacuse of the embroidered logo.

I have no problem with doing polo shirts but we need to make sure that any embroidary can do a decent job of Mr Escape Goat. You guys seem to have used this company before hence you could tell me if the finished product would look ok or not.

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I'd be more inclined to buy one if they didn't have owt on the back.

In fact I'd definitely buy one without anything stuck on the back.

Otherwise it just looks tacky.

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In fact, for want of making things different again, why not centre a larger image of Mr Goat and add the words "Escape Goat Tour 2007-08" under him?

A tit badge on a t-shirt looks a bit wrong, they're more a polo shirt type of thing but like you say the embroidery thing for the polo shirt makes that a bit trickier.

You could end up with a t-shirt trying to look like a polo shirt and looking cheap otherwise. A t-shirt should look like a t-shirt, if you know what I mean?

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You can get good looking embroidery. I have the proof of that in the various brewer's polo shirts I got given when I had the pub - they all look excellent.

The question is, how much are people willing to pay for one? I'd pay 20 quid for good quality but let's have a consensus.

As for the tee shirts I don't wear white tee shirts myself but it seems obvious to me you want a big printed design in the middle for those.

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Give these a call.

Crest Identity - 01429 233533

They can supply the clothing and do the embroidery aswell. They're based in Hartlepool, so you are able to go in and sample the quality for yourself before you make a decision.

It's run by a man called Grahame Jewson, who used to own Jewsons Sport Shop in the town years ago.

Not sure how much they charge, but it's worth a shot. Especially if they are a Hartlepool company, as they might do a discount!


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I'll have one whatever it looks like,not arsed me like


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I'll have one whatever it looks like,not arsed me like


You don't say! :laugh:

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Give these a call.

Crest Identity - 01429 233533

They can supply the clothing and do the embroidery aswell. They're based in Hartlepool, so you are able to go in and sample the quality for yourself before you make a decision.

It's run by a man called Grahame Jewson, who used to own Jewsons Sport Shop in the town years ago.

Not sure how much they charge, but it's worth a shot. Especially if they are a Hartlepool company, as they might do a discount!


i refer the lady to my post earlier of the two we purchased [monkey bizz ] both t shirts and polos were better quality
if you want a polo to look baggy or bobbled after the first wash then by all means go to Crest
as said in another post Graham has not got the control at Crest now
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Go for quality in my opinion, il pay anything up to about £25 for a shirt, id rather pay that for quality than £10 for utter cheap tat.

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Go for quality in my opinion, il pay anything up to about £25 for a shirt, id rather pay that for quality than £10 for utter cheap tat.


Fully agree Mr TWH.

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I agree with ADG I'd rather pay 7 quid for a great steaming pile of horseshit.

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And paying £25 for a shirt would not make you lot look good. Remember I know what you all look like. :grin:


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TBH,I wouldn't pay 25 snodgers for one :uhoh:


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Answer me these. How do you travel to away games? Do you ever use the Hudsa coaches? Have you ever gone to the Masters? Were you at Rochdale? Do you like Kebabs?
Are you blond? Have you heard of Muttley? Do you go in the White House? Do you drink beer?


From you Dribble, that sounds like a chat-up line :laugh:

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Answer me these. How do you travel to away games? Do you ever use the Hudsa coaches? Have you ever gone to the Masters? Were you at Rochdale? Do you like Kebabs?
Are you blond? Have you heard of Muttley? Do you go in the White House? Do you drink beer?


I always drive to away games. Been on the HUDSA coach once a couple of seasons ago when we played Brentford for the last game of the season. - Oh, and the Darlo game.

I did go to the Masters this year.

I did go to Rochdale, but to be honest, who didn't?

I like kebabs, but you can tell that just by reading the threads.

I am blonde, but you can tell that just by reading the threads.

I have heard of Muttley, but only met him once.

I go in the White House, but you can tell that just by reading the threads.

I drink beer, larger, wine, spirits.

Questions answered, any more?


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Questions answered, any more?


Spit or Cuddles?

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Yes. Why did you keep me waiting so long at your door yesterday? I had to go in the end.

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Spit or Cuddles?


No answer!


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Yes. Why did you keep me waiting so long at your door yesterday? I had to go in the end.


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Ok Tigga.

How did you get to the masters? - Oh yeah, I went on the HUDSA coach :uhoh:

Where did you sit? Where all the other Poolies sat. sctatchinghead

How old are you? No comment!

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Spit or Cuddles?


No answer!


Why not?

I only want to know which cute little ventriloquist's pet you preferred when you were a kid.

Spit the Dog or Cuddles the Monkey?

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Mr Ripper wrote:
Tigga wrote:
Mr Ripper wrote:

Spit or Cuddles?


No answer!


Why not?

I only want to know which cute little ventriloquist's pet you preferred when you were a kid.

Spit the Dog or Cuddles the Monkey?


I don't remember any of them.


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