i know, this is my 3rd post this week, but, i wanted to show how i did the pillows in my xmas tour post.
i used white muslin on this pillow.
(i cut my two back fabric pieces on the selvage. that way, i don't need to hem the back pieces and use less fabric.)
i bought my 14" pillow forms at jo anns (50% off--$6 each).
now, it's time to print out your design onto the iron on transfer paper with your computer. i used this brand.
the font i used is ld remington portable. remember to reverse any lettering-i did that in photo shop. cut out the design as close as possible.
i ironed the design on using the highest setting of my iron for 13-15 seconds. then, you need to peel the paper backing off of the pillow while it's still hot or it won't come off smoothly.
the time varies with the fabric you might use. do a test piece first.
you can iron on wood, plastic, paper, metal, etc. with this paper. i hope this all makes sense--tutorials aren't easy for me. feel free to email me with ?'s!
(other projects where i used the iron on material.)
fabric trees that i sewed.
harper is wearing a name tag now:)
and i sewed a simple 25th to a kitchen towel.
and today is the last day of creating christmas, and it's featuring the fabulous carol from "art and sand" christmas tour! all of the tour links are open until the 19th, so link up with whichever theme fits your christmas fun!
have a happy holiday season!