While having a craft cutting machine like the Silhouette makes making these types of t-shirts easier, it can certainly be done by hand. Before I got the Silhouette, I used small, sharp quilting detail scissors/an exacto knife to cut out my freezer paper stencils and applique pieces.
Here are the two shirts I made my kids this week that I’ll be using as an example to demonstrate the process. Today, the Cherry tee and tomorrow the C-17 Air Force tee.
Heat N Bond Sewable Adhesive
Tomorrow, Part 2. I’ll show you how I made this Air Force C-17 tee using paint pens, fabric paint and by hand details with all freezer paper stenciling. (Update: View Part 2)
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