How to Make Iron-On T Shirt Designs : Hot Peel & Soft Color Iron-On T Shirts

How to Make Iron-On T Shirt Designs : Hot Peel & Soft Color Iron-On T Shirts


Hi, this is Chris for Expert Village and this
how to do your own iron-on t-shirt. For this transfer, I’ll actually be using our soft
color transfer. We have our shirt, our shirt form and again our iron set on hot but no
steam. Place our t-shirt in our t-shirt form. Smooth it out. And this will actually be two
motifs in one. This is our rhinestone t-shirt that we used before. And now I’ll take our
soft color transfer. Turn it over so the color is actually going to be on the t-shirt itself.
Line up where our rhinestones are located. I can feel those. See that this is where I
really want this soft color transfer to be. Hold with one hand and again moving my iron
across the motif, not using any steam. I’ll do this for about 20 seconds. This would actually be more of a hot peel
application because as soon as I take the heat off of it, I can begin to remove the
motif. Take the t-shirt from the form and end up with a vintage looking type of t-shirt.
The color is softer. It doesn’t have the plasticky feel that you mostly feel with most iron-on
transfers. And it gives us more of a rustic vintage feel.

11 thoughts on “How to Make Iron-On T Shirt Designs : Hot Peel & Soft Color Iron-On T Shirts

  1. What type of transfer paper did you use? That's the kind I like. Like you said, it doesn't give you that plastic feel. Thanks for the video!

  2. where can i buy this paper i need the hot peel i dont like the plastic feel one it cracks and come off also did you use standered dye ink or sub ink regards mark

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