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Here are some details about my project:
Category Sewing
Type Clothing
Sizing Other
Style Traditional, Classic, Casual, Cute
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What materials did you use? Twill TapePrinterIron on paper

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? There are no instructions per say for this. I purchased twill tape. Created my logo in Microsoft word. Filled the page in word by coping finished logo. I printed it on iron on paper. Cut them to fit on the twill tape and ironed on. I finished the edges off with my serger.

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Really nice!

01/19/2016 Flag

If you can't find twill tape, you could try woven ribbon, grosgrain or folded cotton fabric. There is a product called Bubble Jet Rinse to set the ink & some quilters use Retayne to help set dyes.

01/22/2016 Flag

What kind of iron-on paper did you use? All I can find is transfer paper, but this doesn't look like you did a transfer, you just ironed the paper directly on to the tape. There are a lot of questions about washability but I haven't seen an answer: do they hold up in the wash?

01/23/2016 Flag

I used the dark fabrics iron on paper. It washes very well. However, just like any home made labeling, it does not last as long as manufacturing made labels.

01/24/2016 Flag

Does the lettering need to be reversed? What is the brand name of the iron-on paper you used?

01/25/2016 Flag

Is the labels ok to be put in the laundry? if i was to make a table cloth?

01/25/2016 Flag