re you having hard time in custom printing your promotional long sleeve or short sleeve shorts? Are your designs too complex to make it all by yourself? If you definitely want to have a personalized t-shirt, then t-shirt applique is the greatest thing that you can do. T-shirt applique sounds difficult but you can actually do it in five easy steps. Can’t wait to lay you hands on your supplies? Here are the five elementary steps and some pointers on how to design a custom t-shirt.
Step One. Obtain the t-shirt of your choice. Go to the nearest fabric shops and get the optimum cheap wholesale t-shirt that you think would be comfortable and chic at the same time. One hundred percent cotton blank shirt would fit your requirement. For best outcome make sure that you wash the t-shirts first so it will not run after attaching the applique.
Step Two. Obtain the supplies that you need. Of course it consists the t-shirt, fabric for the applique, fabric scissors, pencils, iron-on adhesives, towel, iron, thread and needle.
Step Three. Draft and map out the outline on the fabric. Do it by utilizing a pencil or a stencil. Cut it employing the sharp fabric scissor to avoid uneven edges. Allow an inch or of fabric around each side of your design. Once you are completed with the fabric, proceed to the iron-on adhesive. Cut the iron-on adhesive the same shape as the fabric and rest its jagged side on the back of the fabric and spin both pieces over.
Step Four. Compress the fabric onto the waxed paper side of the iron-on adhesive with a hot iron that will last for 30 second. Allow it to cool down and peel the waxed portion of the iron-on adhesive. Put it on the t-shirt and push it for around 30 seconds. Let it cool and your t-shirt will become a logo imprinted shirt.
Step Five. To assure longevity of the design of your logo printed shirt, sew its edges. Doing so will also add up style to your t-shirt applique.
Creating an applique is indeed, easier and more economical. Now, you can have cheap personalized t-shirts in a snap. Grant it to your family members, friends or maybe sell it for profit through blogs, social networking sites or through the word of mouth.