Wash the fabric before you start decorating, leave to dry and iron to remove any creases. Gather all your materials. You can see everything you need at a glance in our photo. To ensure the ink doesn’t go through the fabric, insert the cardboard inside the T-shirt.
It’s a good idea to prepare a stencil using your favourite font and place it under the fabric so it shows through. You can then use a textile marker or textile pen to trace directly over the motif. Alternatively, you can draw the wording faintly in pencil, as shown here.
Go over it with a textile pen in the colour of your choice (we opted for black).
Next, colour in the letters using the black edding textile marker.
Now add whatever extra touches or decorations you like with the textile pen.
Once you’ve finished drawing, we recommend you iron the design to heat-set the fabric ink. Your T-shirts will then be able to withstand wash cycles up to 60°C.
Products and materials
- Two T-shirts
- Piece of cardboard
- An iron
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