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Old 06-03-2003, 12:29 AM
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I saw something like that on a pbs quilting show once. They ironed fabric onto the shiny side of freezer paper to stiffen it, cut it to paper size, then printed appliques or something onto the fabric to use in a quilt. If you did it their way, you'd have to sew or iron-on fusible-web the design to the shirt. D
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Old 06-03-2003, 10:50 AM
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T-shirt

Thanks for the info preacherswife. I think it was something like
that I was hoping for a cheap way to make transfers for a group but I guess that would work with white fabric then sew on.

I just love this site. I have gotten so many good ideas I am a Trash to Treasure type person Like older things compared to new ones and becuase of that I make alot of my own stuff from leftovers.

So any ideas, sites, let me know.
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Old 07-19-2004, 02:06 AM
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Anything you can construct in your computer can be printed on them, but you must be able to reverse the image if there is printing or it will be backwards, and they only work with inkjet printers.
I found out the hard way that not all of them need to be reversed! I was making a shirt for my DH and automatically "flipped" the image when I printed, then discovered that the particular brand (Avery) of transfer didn't need to be reversed. Since the design had text, that one was wasted. So be sure to read the directions on whatever brand you get.
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