Custom letter patch is all the rage these days, and girls are taking advantage of beautiful iron-on letter patch to decorate their own tee shirts. It's never been easier to personalize your own shirt with a custom design! Girls and young women have taken advantage of the attractive iron-on transfers now available. Working with small designs makes it easier than working on an entire phrase using just transfer letters, which can be more difficult depending what you're going for in terms of size or style.
Cotton tees are the perfect way to get that old-school, worn in feel. If you can't find an all cotton tee shirt then purchase one with a higher percentage of "cotton" for your desired look and feel - wash them carefully without fabric softener or other additives like bleach because they'll transfer onto their garments over time ruining its integrity! Once dry press down on any wrinkles before cutting out letters from these shirts so there's space around each letter which will aid when lining up placement later by leaving only 1/8th inch between letters side by side (or however much distance suits your needs). Place the letters of your slogan face down (paper side up) on a piece of tee shirt material. If they aren’t already in this position, use an iron with “cotton" settings and be careful not to touch any parts that have been exposed after removing paper backing from each letter - doing so will cause them stick permanently onto whatever surface it touches including other shirts! A Teflon press cloth can help keep things clean if you plan on creating more than one garment using these methods as well because nothing sticks better than opposites. The first step is getting the iron hot enough so that the letter won't stick at all. Next, Iron letters onto your tee as quickly and efficiently as possible. Begin by pressing firmly with the tip of an iron for about 40-50 seconds, but be patient - if a letter doesn't adhere right away it may take some more time before they release from their backing paper; in this case recheck that you're getting good contact between both materials (shirt and printing) then give another 30 or so on each side until there is no sticking at all!
Aligning letters for a shirt takes some patience but it's worth the time and effort to make your next line. You should repeat step from above being very careful not touch any completed alphabets when doing so, as this will prevent scratches on the outside of your clothing in case you throw them into a load with other items that might rub against them while washing.