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Topic: White transfer on black tshirt. Anyone know what went wrong?  (Read 1147 times)
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rowdygirl
« on: February 14, 2010 12:49:41 PM »

So, I'm trying to make Bride/Groom shirts for my mom and her husband-elect. They want to have their reception at CiCi's and don't want to wear their formal attire to a pizza joint so they asked if I could make shirts for them. The groom shirt wasn't a problem. It looks perfect. The bride shirt however.....It is a hobby lobby tshirt, 50% cotton 50% polyester. This is what happened.





I'm thinking maybe it happened because I used a poly blend shirt. Has anyone had any experience with fixing anything like this? I was thinking maybe I could try bleach or paint.
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MegRoseSews
« Reply #1 on: April 08, 2010 10:30:31 AM »

Maybe you ironed/pressed for longer than you should, given the fiber content of the shirt. I have sometimes gotten a kind of brown burn on the shirt when I did that.

I would not bother with bleach. I don't think it will work on that sticky polyester stuff, and will probably just make holes too.  I would get a new tee shirt that is similar fiber content to the one that worked and try again.

Good luck!

MegRose
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