Hi there! Well.. I was just browsing through and saw your post. Here is something I recently discovered on craftster and am going to try later today. Basicly... make a copy on a xerox machine of the image (do NOT use an inkjet printer) , get a product with a high Xylene content.. laquer thinner.. (i have goof off) , others use wintergreen oil..you can see in the origonal post all the things you can use... put the image face down (make sure to flip the image on the copy machine so the letters will come out right on the shirt), spread out some xylene on the back and rub it onto the shirt with the back of a spoon! That's it! Here is the org. link.