Our Pride T-shirt Winning Designs – Now on Etsy!

Posted on the 27th August 2021

We are celebrating this weekend’s Manchester Pride Festival with the release of our brand new Pride-themed, competition-winning T-shirts.  All three designs are now available to buy on our very own Etsy store, ByPureInnovations.

Our design-a-T-shirt competition was open to all Pure clients and staff earlier this year. We were delighted with the response and the quality of the submissions was so impressive.

The judges, Pure CEO Louise Parrott-Bates, David Ferrier and Kath Brooks, had a tough time narrowing it down. Finally they chose three winners to have their fab designs made into T-shirts by Pure clients at our Creative Hub.

(Drum roll, please.)

The Winning Designs

#ByPureInnovations

The Pride-themed T-shirts are now available to buy online at ByPureInnovations. They cost £8 each, with FREE UK delivery. They are a unisex fit and available in adult sizes S, M, L, XL and 2X.

The judges were so impressed by the quality of the submissions that it was decided every entrant deserved a prize. They will each recieve one of the winning design T-shirts.

Creative Hub Magic

Transferring the designs on to actual garments was the job for our Creative Hubs in Stockport and in Oldham.  Clients learn how to use a range of professional craft equipment such as transfer presses and Cricut machines. These enable them to create lovely goods including box-framed pictures, wall plaques and much more.

All profits from ByPureInnovations are invested back into the project to build yet more skills. Your Pride T-shirt works hard at making the world a better place!

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