I combined ruffles and freezer paper stenciling to create this shirt for a darling girl.
Here are the supplies:
Naturally, you will want to choose your own colors,
but where my sweet friend attends
the colors are purple and gold.
Thus our color combo.
First things first, I took the yellow t-shirt and cut it into strips.
Why would I cut up a perfectly good shirt you may ask?
Because there were a bin of shirts in great condition
at Dollar Tree. I could not buy my yardage for that!
I cut 1 inch strips and then sewed them all together.
I then set the tension high and the stitch length as high as it would go
and created my ruffles!
I then took a length of freezer paper and ironed it on
the inside front of the purple t-shirt.
I then took a piece of chalk, spelled out WOLVES and
began sewing on my ruffles following the letters.
After this was complete, I decided on a wolf silhouette from the Internet.
I printed it out. I then laid it down on some freezer paper,
took an X acto knife and cut out the dark areas.
Then I ironed the wolf in place on the outside of the shirt.
Yep, I have a Yudu. No, I did not feel like burning a screen.
I did however use my Yudu paint.
I painted to wolf stencil yellow and waited for it to dry.
Once dry I heat set the paint with the iron and
waahh laaahh... Wolf Ruffles!
My precious friend has yet to see her shirt.
I need your opinion before I give it to her....
Do you think she will like it???
Oh me oh my, I hope she does like it!
blessings to you from the barbwired bunch!!
Partying on @