Customising fabrics with heat transfer paper starts with a good idea for your project, whether it be to drop a floral image onto a cushion cover or some funny text onto a t shirt.
All that’s required is for you to drop your text and / or image into either Microsoft word or your picture program so that you can print your design onto the transfer paper.
For t-shirts I always check that any image is big enough in the first place to use. If you are searching for images to use from Google image search, just go to the advanced search and click on “large images” only.
Our inkjet transfer paper has a grid on one side to show which side to print on. Once printed you’ll simply cut your design out of the paper and iron onto your fabric before peeling away the backing to reveal your new t-shirt.
Why stop at tee shirts?
Personalised baby clothes, scrapbook covers and even dog sashes have all been customised with our iron on paper.
Rest assured that we’ve tested dozens of different types of fabric papers and these two are the best that we have seen and washable at a low temperature.