Wanna try this yourself??? Here are some tips....I used a variety of felts, fabric, rickrack, and embroidery floss. I started by ironing the fabric/felt to a fusing material...I used Steam-A-Seam from HobLob, but there are other less expensive options out there that I would use if I did this again. I drew the letters and parts onto the back of the iron on material...you have to draw it backwards so it will not be backward when you turn it to the right side. I placed and ironed on all the letters (except for the rickrack letters, and for those, you just have to leave a little space for it). Then I used a cross-stitch hoop to keep the fabric semi-taut. The stitching part is easy, but slow-going! You can see for some letters I used my sewing machine and zigzagged around them. I am not very good at zigzagging, so these letters were the hardest for me! Lastly, I sewed on the rickrack letters. These are difficult and they don't look very good until you iron them down. These shirts have washed very well....and I lay mine flat to dry. It looks as good as the day I made it!
Thank you again to my creative friend D'Ann....who deserves all the credit for this cute idea! :o}
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