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Old 08-12-2010, 01:22
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Hello everyone!!
I was wondering if any of you would happen to have instructions, or a tutorial and or supplies on mkaing these shirts with ribbons and or appliques.
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Old 08-12-2010, 02:34
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Do you have a pic of what you are wanting and I will try to help.
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Old 08-12-2010, 08:24
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***these are not mine*** they are sooooo pretty!!!

these are the ones i am wanting to make, but just dont have a clue as to where to start. where is the best place for supplies TIA
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Default Re: shirts with ribbon or with appliques

Sorry I can't help with the ribbon shirt but for the one with appliques I'll try. You'll need Steam a Seam (Hobby Lobby or Joann's will have it) or something like it, fabric you want to make the design out of, an iron, and shirt(or whatever your gonna put the applique on). On the steam a seam, pencil the outline of your pattern on the paper liner, then cut it out. Place the sticky side of the steam a seam on your fabric that you are using for the applique and cut around the steam a seam. Then take the applique you just made and place it where you want it on the shirt (or whatever your adding it too) and follow the directions on the steam a seam to iron it on. Then if you can sew and have a sewing maching, you can stitch around the outside of your applique. Sorry if these are bad directions, I've never tried to give them before. It may help to search for iron on tie tuts, then instead of making the tie, change it to what ever shape you want but follow the same directions. HTH, they are easier than I make them sound.

Here is a link to a iron on tie tut-
http://www.saltwater-kids.com/2008/1...-tutorial.html

Here is a link that may help with the lady bug shirt-
http://www.girlythingsbows.com/applique_shirt.html

As for supplies i get mine at Walmart, Joanns or Hobby Lobby

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thanks girl!!..sound pretty easy, I just want a few ideas of how to use my ribbon other than bows.
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Oh I love the ladybug shirt too. I would think you could just do the same thing as the applique, but with the ribbon. I would definitely stitch it down too to keep it secure. May have to give these a try one day soon too.
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With the ribbon you actually have to split the side seams of the shirt and sew the ends of the ribbon into the seam or the ends of the ribbon will look bad. Figured that out after trying everything to cover up the ends! You are right, you should iron it down first and then stitch the edges of the ribbon down.
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ooooooo, thanks for this! I've been wanting to try this out myself!
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