Hello all! I am new to the site and joined to see if I could get some direction. I started my own little business selling t-shirts a few months back with my designs. Slow going, but steady small orders every week. I recently made some hoodie designs that have really gotten my customers clamoring, so I’d like to see if I can take the next step in furthering my business. Some of my designs are a bit involved but I really don’t know the ins-and-outs of making clothing (could be considered easy to a veteran). What I do know is that I want to give my costumers something of quality.
So here is the deal. I’d like to work with someone that has experience making hoodies, a passion for detail and perfection and would like to help me push this forward. In a word, I’m looking for a partner that shares my passion. My designs are based on comic characters so anyone that reads or has a passion for comics would be a plus but not necessary. Funds aren’t the greatest, but they never are when you’re starting from scratch. We could share in the profits from sales or work something else out. I was thinking we could discuss the cost of making the hoodies, then take a limited order to fund it. If this sounds like a project you might be interested in, please let me know.
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