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Topic: How can I transfer images onto fabric cheaply?  (Read 1084 times)
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« on: May 21, 2008 03:30:22 PM »

Is there a magic way of getting pics from pages onto t shirts? Without using those sheets from the shop...you know the iron on things...they are SO expensive! Shocked I am desperate to make some cute little tops for my baby and have great pictures from old books...any advice please?
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« Reply #1 on: June 09, 2008 11:10:36 PM »

Yes Maam!  You can print out an image from ur computer... cover it with acrylic medium, place it image side down on the fabric, and rub for a few minutes!!  That's kinda confusing.... Here's a link instead Cheesy

http://www.ebsqart.com/artMagazine/za_513.html

My images transfer as red... I'm not sure if I'm not leaving it on long enough... or because I'm using Medium and not Xylene... I still have quite a bit of experimenting to do Cheesy
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