@Cythwulf I cooked bacon for my ten year old twin nieces Saturday and noticed they were tearing through it pretty quickly. I told them to make sure save me some and turned back to finishing the eggs. They saved me exactly one and a half pieces.
One of them claims she does not even really like bacon.
@star2236@stinks The alternative is known as DTG, or direct to garment printing. Think of it more as an inkjet printer, laying all the colors on at once. Like anything else, that can be tuned, but in my experience, colors tend to be more muted and has a bit of a plastic-y feel. Hardly anyone screens anymore because it’s just not effective at scale. Woot gave it up a few years back, and most sites use the DTG process now. Woot has come a long way with it, and I rarely complain about the quality of their prints anymore.
But a hand-screened shirt still has a certain something I like better.