A group of friends and I want to make t-shirts for a Young Enterprise project, we would like to be able to print them ourselves so that we don't have to worry abut the extra cost of having them done professionally, does anyone have any ways of printing onto t-shirts that can be done quickly and easily (and ideally with little room for mistakes)?.
I don't think that we would want to print off our designs and then iron them on, because of the annoying shiny border it gives - and the fact that the design can sometimes be peeled off. I also thought about freezer paper, but that probably wouldn't be good to use because we would have to cut out a new stencil for each t-shirt (unless anyone knows if freezer paper is re useable?
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I agree with Caitlin, it definitely looks needle felted. I have needle felted before which I learnt how to do off Youtube. It's way easier than it looks, you literally just have to jab a ball of wool fibre with a felting needle (It can't be a regular needle as these don't have the special notches you need) or use soapy water. This tutorial will be helpful: http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/projects/felted_eyeballs