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I made those cool pats for Tina using this Ebook. I also made one for myself using this pattern.
I had some fabric left over and wanted to make something that would coordinate with the new pants. It is a bought t-shirt with a reversed applique and some silver foil.
This is how I did it:
You will need:
- piece of jersey fabric
- scrap of water soluble stabilizer
- textile transfer glue for rub off foil
- rub off foil
- sewing stuff
1. Put the glue onto the jersey fabric the way you want it. I made some wild lines at an angle to the stripes of the jersey. Place the rub off foil on top with the shiny side up. Then place some parchment paper over it and iron well. Pull the foil off.
Cool, right? I tested it- it is washable.
now draw a heart onto your stabilizer and draw horizontal lines through it. Turn the shirt inside out and place the prepared jersey fabric face down onto the left side of the front of the shirt. Put the pattern on top and pin.
Sew around the heart shape first, then sew the horizontal lines. Use a straight stitch and a jersey needle. After you are done sewing trim the excess fabric and stabilizer.
Turn the shirt to the right side and cut the t shirt fabric between the horizontal lines. I liked the background so much that I have trimmed the front jersey back even more to expose the background.
Wash out the stabilizer, let the shirt dry and enjoy!