I am back from NYC and it was an AMAZING ADVENTURE! I promise to report my celebrity sightings, delicious food, and broadway/television show adventures soon. But first, I am back home and whipped up (like in 5 minutes) an applique shamrock shirt for Mur-Man.
It is literally that simple. All you need is fabric, a shirt (or clothing item to appliqué on), and fusible interfacing.
|First up, I cut out/printed my pattern. I then traced the pattern onto the fusible interfacing and cut it out.|
|Iron the fusible interfacing shape onto the back side of the fabric.|
|Cut out the fabric and peel off the layer of fusible interfacing.|
|Iron your design to your shirt.|
I love these quick and easy projects. Plus, homemade shirts are the best. And, I spent NOTHING on this project. Everything was already in my craft stash (and the shirt was in Mur-Man's drawer). PERFECTION!