IRON ON TRANSFER FOR T SHIRTS. ST PATRICK'S DAY 2011 T SHIRTS.
Iron On Transfer For T Shirts
- A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat
- (T Shirt (album)) T Shirt is a 1976 album by Loudon Wainwright III. Unlike his earlier records, this (and the subsequent 'Final Exam') saw Wainwright adopt a full blown rock band (Slowtrain) - though there are acoustic songs on T-Shirt, including a talking blues.
- (t-shirt) jersey: a close-fitting pullover shirt
- A T-shirt (T shirt or tee) is a shirt which is pulled on over the head to cover most of a person's torso. A T-shirt is usually buttonless and collarless, with a round neck and short sleeves.
- Able to be fixed to the surface of a fabric by ironing
- Iron-on transfers are images that can be imprinted on fabric. They are frequently used to print onto T-shirts.
- Iron On is an indie rock/pop band from Brisbane, Australia.
iron on transfer for t shirts - Paw Tracks
Paw Tracks or Prints Iron On Rhinestone Crystal Transfer
Show your school spirit with these sparkly rhinestone crystal iron on paw tracks or prints. These high quality Korean crystal rhinestones sparkle brilliantly. This transfer design is ready to apply to your t-shirt or tote bag using only a household iron. Instructions are included. The hot fix glue that is already applied to the back of each stone is permanent when applied and is activated by heat. A garment blinged with this rhinestone design can be machine washed on gentle and laid flat to dry. This product is not intended for children. The glass crystals may contain lead.
Iron-On Transfer Switch Plate -- Skulls (close up)
Skulls close up. Has a funky blurry/antique-y look I quite like. The story is that I needed some kind of decorative house-warming gift for Goth friends of friends (the invitation said "Bring something morbid and arty to decorate with"). I though I'd get some plastic switch plates (cheap! 22c!) and decorate them with skulls or gothic-font writing, using a sharpie. I googled for images and fonts but quickly decided the sharpie would look like crap. I toyed with the idea of cutting stencils and painting, but I'm lazy, and that's a lot of work (I know from some glass-etching I did a while ago). Then I remembered some t-shirts Kathy & I had made using iron-on laser printer paper! It turned out we still had some, so I tried it. Tricky, but as you can see it worked. The plates didn't melt, but the images certainly aren't crisp. I decided that was a good thing. After ironing the image on (it uses some kind of waxy substance) I sealed them with several coatings of spray-on clear polyurethane. This is probably the best of the set.
Super Cool Longies and T-Shirt Set
This unique handmade wool diaper cover is made from recycled 100% lambswool sweaters with stretchy waistband. The seams are stitched 3 times for super strength, first with a straight stretch stitch followed by a rick-rack zigzag stitch to create a serged effect, and finally a decorative delicate elastic stretch stitch. I sew my diaper covers this way because sometimes serged edges can be scratchy on baby's delicate skin or give them a rash. This Fluff-A-Rump lambswool longies comes with a super cool matching t-shirt. As a longie user myself I have found that onsies just do not cut it and there are never enough baby t-shirts around! This t-shirt is actually a pre-washed Gerber Onsie Size 0-3 months that I chopped off the bottom and added a stretchy lambswool sweater cuff to the hem. The star applique is lambswool sweater material that is adhered with an iron on transfer and stitched for extra durability.