How I started my business selling T-shirts online

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Today I wanted to share with you the story of my apparel company Liner Note Kids ( )! Use the discount code LNKYOUTUBE to get 20% off in the store 🙂 EXPAND FOR ALL INFO:

Starting a small business and selling clothes or anything else you’ve made online can be really daunting. This is the story of how mine started 🙂 It’s a real DIY company: I design, screen-print and sell the shirts online myself. If anyone of you have been wanting to start something like this, I say go for it! And feel free to chat to me about it in the comments, I’ll offer any tips and advice I can, although I am just making it up as I go along! 🙂


My apparel company, Liner Note Kids:
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My friend Katie’s channel:


Nicola Baker says:

Hi Charlie, have only recently started regularly watching YouTube vids for things other than music or how-to's and have watched a few of yours which are very helpful and enjoyable btw 🙂 I am curious from this vid though…I have wanted to design lyric tee's in the past but always been unsure about the copyright, can I assume that it is NOT copyright and if so, can you please explain this to me? What I have found so far is that it is a bit of an iffy situation as song lyrics much of the time are commonly said things or you can use part of a line for example and no one can specify that it is actually from that particular song. But I would love finally do my range IF it is legal? I would like to have them known as 'Lyric Tee's too as opposed to being subliminal too. Thanks, Nikki

dri_ sma says:

I want to start something like this but I' ve got no idea were to start. Like, where do i get the shirts from? Do i make them myselve… where did you start or what did you do at first?

abishek bm says:

It's good..

liam Gough says:

great video :)

luke grant says:

Hi miss I saw your video while doing some research and I thought it was awesome , I have the same ambition to do tshirts , I spent many years as an artist and after taking a couple years off from doing so , I think it would be great to get my self back up to stuff (as they say) and at the same time make a lil money on the side , but unfortunately I've been a lil discouraged and hindered supplies wise , any advice?

Hope-In-Christ says:

If I want to customize my designs through a t-shirt business, how do I get it over to store envy or etsy?

tarek rahaman says:

I'm from Bangladesh. I have a small garments can I Business with you?

Candy Kittens says:

Thanks so much for this video, it was really helpful. Since making this vid, tee shirt designing has become super popular, how do you stand out from your competitors. I want to do something that's different from the norm.

Leo Mak says:

Hi, can you give me some advice on how to promote my ecommerce? I'm having a hard time getting traffic.

Renelo Drummer says:

Hey Charlie. Where do you buy your t-shirts from?

Mr. Fredricksen says:

isn't the lyric shirts like copyrighting

Purple Rain says:

Hi, I am also a start up t shirt business and I am curios to know what license do I need to sell at home and online? thanks for helping

sparkL3gal says:

I want to actually create my own clothes to sell….
would there be any copyright issues if I copy a clothing design? like maybe a t-shirt or dress?
and how did you design your shirts? Did you like print out and ironed on the fonts? Or did you send it somewhere with your designs to get it professionally made on a shirt?

Ikrav Singh says:

I am totally immature ,but want to start this business.
Only thing I am good at is coming up with idea/tags/pics
please help stating my first step….

joseph thomas says:

Painfully beautiful

uptown philly says:

Hi I want to start a nail polish line any suggestions

Dustin Lerfald says:

Hey I was thinking about starting a T-shirt business for fun like you do and also to earn a little bit of money and I would appreciate some help/ advice from you on doing so. I have a few questions,

First off, who would you recommend I go to in order to have the T-shirts made once I have a design idea? Is there places where I could go to get it done or is it online only? Also, I want to sell workout clothing, so I will need the higher quality/ softer and stretchier fabric. What type of fabric do you use for your shirts? I was thinking going 95% poly and 5% spandex, would you recommend this for workout gear?
Thank you, I think this would be a fun venture for me, please let me know if you have any tips or suggestions

Rebecca Warner says:

what did you do about tax?

ohsap123 says:

Amazing Video! You are an inspiration… I am subscribing and checking out your site!!! Can I ask questions here or should I contact you through your site?

Kenyada “KC34” Roberts says:

Hi! I'm trying to get into the T-shirt business but I feel like I don't know where to start. Did you buy your shirts wholesale? If so, from where and what's the quality like? How do you know how much to buy? etc

Technosoundudez says:

What website did u use?

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