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    Ladies Hen T-shirts

    Hi Guys
    Can anyone help me please urgently.
    I'm in process making vinyl (ladies fitted) hen t-shirts, for the image front (width) what sizes should I do for:

    Medium
    Large
    XL
    XXL

    I have made a 10" width and Im not 100% sure if this is the correct size.

    If 10" is good, do I do this size for all Medium, Large, XL, & XXL

    Any help would be great!

    Thanks
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    If it was me I'd size the text to fit the smallest shirt, so the Medium and use this across the range of sizes. That way when they're worn together they will all match. Some folk make the text slightly bigger for the larger shirts but I don't think I'd really mess around for Henny shirts like that :-)
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    hi Justin thanks for your advise, I will do that

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    10" is good for Ladies. Maybe 11 - 12" for mens. Don't get caught in the trap of doing different size prints for each shirt size. Very time consuming.

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    I tend to set my page to A4 landscape and as long as any text fits in that then it will fit from small to xxxl. Obviously this is for hen and stag do’s as they normally want cheap and cheerful


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