AVery makes iron on transfer paper that you can purchase. It will give complete instructions on how to design and print the graphic. Make sure you tell your printer that this is a transfer image, so it will print it backwards. Then you can iron it on the clothing.
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Your iron-on must be made in mirror or reverse, so it will show up properly on the t-shirt. Trim excess edges of transfer paper, as the transfer is all white. If you need the entire sheet, round the corners, to help avoid peeling.
Iron the t-shirt, and allow to cool. Place transfer on t-shirt, printed side down. Iron should be on cotton, NO STEAM. Iron on completely flat surface, not ironing board. Ex, table, cutting board, etc, and cover with ironed pillowcase. Slowly iron over transfer, then in round motion, continue to glide iron over image, with PRESSURE, for about 90 seconds. Allow transfer to completely cool before removing backing. If you can't grab and separate the backing from the transfer, try a slight pull from the corner of the t'shirt, to allow the backing to free up where you can remove it. If any part begins to stick, or the backing does not want to come off, place backing back on fabric, and iron over the transfer again.
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