I’m having a fun time being festive for all of the holidays this year, so I thought it would be fun to make some St. Patrick’s Day shirts for a couple of my kids.
This is how I made it:
Using my Expression 2, I cut out the heat transfer. Make sure to mirror the image and place the heat transfer shiny side down. I used the font Disney- Mickey Font and the shamrock is from the cartridge Close to my Heart
I then ironed the heat transfer onto the shirt.
Here is it all ironed on. When I was done I felt like it just wasn’t girly enough.
So I decided to make some ruffles to go around the shamrock. To do that, I cut several strips of white knit fabric 3/4” wide. I sewed them altogether to make one continuous strip.
Then using my longest straight stitch, I sewed in the middle of the strip and then pulled the bobbin thread through to gather the fabric.
I pinned the ruffle around the shamrock and then sewed it into the shirt.
And that’s it, super easy!
It looks a little more girly now and I just love that glitter!
I also decided to make my son a shirt real quick too. I thought that a 8 year old boy would love to say something like this:
Have just a little bit of green on it and then laugh that no one can pinch him.