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Can you guess what today is?  Today is our monthly Silhouette Challenge!  Each month I team up with a few of my favorite creative ladies  and we all make a project using our Silhouette Machines.  This month our theme was all about fabric!  If you can wear it, use it as a bag, clean with it or snuggle up to it, you can make it with a Silhouette Machine!  Just look at all of these fun fabric projects!
8 Silhouette Fabric Craft Projects, Fabric Inspiration


Fall Pumpkin Spice Tea Towel – Dwell Beautiful

Today’s Project Is Sponsored By Coffee T-Shirt – Pocketful of Posies

Pillow Created Using Handwritten Note – Rachel Teodoro

Silhouette Challenge: DIY Pillow Cover Using Heat Transfer Material – My Life From Home

DIY Bakery Tea Towels – Houseful of Handmade

Pumpkin Spice For Life Kitchen Towel – Simply {Darr}ling

Super Cute Soccer Mom Shirt – Morena’s Corner

DIY Pillow with Heat Transfer Vinyl – Craft and Tell

For my Silhouette fabric project I decided to make my self a cute shirt to wear while I’m working on all my fantastic DIY projects.

project recipe

Silhouette Machine

Ironing Board
Heat Transfer Vinyl

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After designing, cutting, and weeding out my design with my Silhouette Machine I grabbed a gray t-shirt and laid out my design using two sewing pins.  To make sure the pins were even I made a few quick measurements using a ruler.

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Next I prepared my fabric by heating it for about 15 seconds using the high heat setting on my iron.

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Next I applied my graphic to my shirt using the sewing pins as a guide.  Then using light pressure I applied my graphic.  The instructions on the adhesive vinyl say to let it sit for 25-30 seconds.  I found this was too long and the plastic would start to adhere to the iron causing it the distort the image slightly.  I recommend holding it in place for around 15 seconds.  To made sure my design adhered I went over it twice and then turned the shirt upside down and ironed it from the reverse side for another 25 seconds.

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Once the shirt cooled completely, I gently removed the plastic.  Then my shirt was ready to wear!!

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18 thoughts on “Sponsored By Coffee T-Shirt

  1. Haha love this!! My entire life is sponsored by coffee (and tea) 😀 Also, I’ve found that if I place a thin washcloth or piece of fabric over my vinyl when I’m ironing then the plastic doesn’t shrink and try to stick to things. Made it a whole lot easier! 🙂

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