One of my dearest friends just moved from Austin to Chicago. Sniff, sniff! But lucky for all her folks are in Buffalo which is 2 hours from Toronto. They are visiting for the next week or so and we have plans to go to Buffalo for a visit this weekend. I made some number shirts for her kids upcoming birthdays this September and next June to take to them.
1. Just enlarge your font of a number, shape, or letter to correct size with your computer and print off your pattern.
2. Next cut out the pattern and reverse it.
3. Trace it onto your heat and bond, make sure you refer to the directions on how to use the product.
4. Then you iron your fabric to your newly traced design onto the heat and bond.
5. Now cut out your design and follow the directions to iron onto the shirt.
I did a simple running stitch to hold the fabric in place. You can get really fancy with your applique stitches but I didn't want to use a lot of thread.
I will definately be making more of these as this was a fast and simple project. I love the fabric I used and think my kids and all their friends need a dozen each!!! (Sorry this is a really wordy post... if anyone wants me to take pictures of the process I'd be hapy to do so.)