If you’re reading this, chances are you have found our site at least a little bit interesting.  We find it interesting too.  We hope that you’ve enjoyed what you’ve seen so far, and we’re pretty sure that if you have, you’ll enjoy the other parts of this site that you haven’t delved into yet.  Below is some more information about who we are and what we do.

WHAT IS inkjetTHREADS.com?

inkjetTHREADS.com is unlike most T-Shirt companies in that selling T-Shirts isn’t our main focus.  Actually, selling anything at all isn’t really our focus.  Our focus is to provide you with amazing free T-Shirt designs that you can print from your inkjet printer onto heat transfer paper and iron onto the T-shirt of your choice.

WHO IS inketTHREADS.com?

Founder, Chief Strategic Officer, and el Jefe, Mike Macfadden, came up with the idea for inkjetTHREADS.com while in high school, but it wouldn’t be until many years later that he learned enough about web and graphic design to make his idea come to fruition.  This site also wouldn’t be possible without the creative design efforts of Patrick Lothian, Lexi Scherr, and Robby Silver.

WHY USE inkjetTHREADS.com?

There are many reasons, and we will attempt to answer some of them below, but really, why not?  Now for the real answers: Making your shirt is fun to do, and even more fun to talk about.  It’s also pretty cheap, especially compared to some of the over priced shops that may or may not rhyme with Habercrombie and Mitch.  So think about it, you can either spend a lot of money on a shirt that a bunch of other people already have, or you can make something unique that you can be proud of.


Find an image you like in our catalog, click it to view a larger version, click it again to access the “print ready” version.  You may ask yourself why the “print ready” version is so large on your screen.  That is because web browsers display at 72 dots per inch (dpi), but that isn’t nearly good enough quality for printing, so what you’re seeing is a 300 dpi image which displays way too huge on your screen, but prints crystal clear.