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Creating your own custom clothing’s, decorating t-shirts, canvas bags and other fabric items can be done absolutely with no sewing with t-shirt iron on transfers.

 

There are several available on line stores that offers kits that give you everything you need, including software and a t-shirt, or you can assemble your own materials. Whichever options you choose, just make sure you selected the t-shirt iron-on style that you believe is right for you.

 

Here are the things you need in doing iron on transfer:

 

1. Software (to design your t-shirt or other iron-on transfer)

 

2. Printer

 

3. Artwork

 

4. Transfer paper

 

5. Iron

 

6. Hard surface where t-shirts or fabrics can be place during the iron on transfer

 

7. T-shirt or other item to receive transfer.

These are the techniques in doing the transfer:

 

a. Print a Sample – to save more on expensive transfer paper, it is advisable to print a preview of the artwork design you are going to transfer to insure that colors print correctly ,image doesn’t fall into your printer’s no-print zone along the margins, and to see if you have the exact design size.

 

b. Flip Image- don’t forget to flip or mirror your image, very much necessary if you have text in your design. The text should be backwards on screen or on the print out.

 

c. Use the Right Kind of Transfer Paper- if you have a laser printer, be sure to purchase transfer paper specifically for laser printers. Most t-shirt transfer paper is for inkjet printers.Transfer papers for white t-shirts are different from paper for black t-shirts. Get the right kind of transfer paper for your printer and your fabric.

 

d. Use the Right Side of the Paper- makes sure to put the paper in your printer so that it prints on the clean white side. Transfer paper has stripes or some other design on the non-printing side.

 

e. Test on Scrap Fabric – there are fabrics that requires more ironing (heat) than others or may not show off your design as well as you expected. Test your design on scratch fabric of the same type and color before applying it to your final t-shirt or other fabric.

 

f. Use Lots of Heat – You need a hot iron to do the t- shirt iron on transfer. Use hottest setting on your iron but no steam. It takes a lot of heat to transfer the image evenly and completely to the fabric. Peel off the paper while it is still hot unless you have purchased cool-peel paper. These newer transfer papers allow you to wait up to two minutes before peeling off the backing so the paper is cooler to the touch. (be sure to read the manufacturer’s guidelines)

 

g. Use a Hard Surface – use a hard surface in doing the t- shirt ion on transfer, this is for the purpose that hard surface holds the heat much better and longer.

 

If you don’t want to go through designing the images that you are going to transfer to your fabric, you can purchase different iron on designs for your t-shirt transfer @ http://www.seicrafts.com . Know and learn more about iron on and other art and crafts work.

MarizT is a biologist, consultant and financial manager Loves adventures, arts and writing. http://www.seicrafts.com

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