Do you like to make your own iron-on t-shirts, but have a hard time finding quality shirts that are soft, comfortable, well fitted and a good price? I have searched high and low to find the perfect t-shirts for iron-on transfer projects. Trust me, you will be so very grateful for these products! Keep reading to see them all.
I’ll get real with you. I have never been a fan of regular plain old t-shirts. You know, those t-shirts that have sports logos, funny sayings, and so much more.
I always find them to be rough, stiff and just not comfortable overall. I want my shirts to have a certain fit. I want them to be soft, hang nicely, have a bit of a loose look to them so that I can tuck the front of the shirt into my jeans if I want. Most often, generic t-shirts that are used for screen printing or vinyl do not feel very
When we travel, you’d think I would want to buy a t-shirt as a souvenir, but I would rather spend that money on an article of clothes that I would actually wear.
Recently, I was able to try out the new Cricut Maker, the Cricut Easy Press 2 and so much more. I have a huge desire to create so many things with these products and one of them is iron-on apparel. I spend a lot of time working out and love wearing fun workout tanks and tees that represent my personality a bit.
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I also like to give my husband a bit of a warning as far as my mood for the day depending on what I-shirt I am wearing haha!
I also think that athleisure is where its at this year. I cute, super soft tee, a pair of leggings and some cute Adidas is my go to lately and I am so excited to make some fun t-shirts, sweatshirts, and tanks for my collection.
Finding a source for t-shirts for iron on projects is like striking gold. Having a shirt that is soft, wears and washes well is key when creating your own t-shirts. We’ve all worn those cotton tees that are rough to the touch and don’t lay well.
Once I found the source for a great iron-on t-shirt, I was thrilled to order a few and try them out on my Cricut Maker and Cricut Easy Press 2. The first thing I purchased was a couple of their sweatshirts. I then bought some t-shirts and tank tops as well.
The prices are so good, I felt confident in the purchase even if they didn’t work out. But they totally did. I found this brand because I had purchased a screen printed shirt back when we visited Seattle last year. I was obsessed with the softness of the shirt and had to look into it. So, you could say that I am not inventing the wheel, I am just hoping to provide some sources for those that may not have known where to look.
Why not check out some of the t-shirts for iron-on transfer projects:
As you can see I have found some really great t-shirts for iron-on transfer projects. The sweatshirts are the best I have found! They are super soft and wash up so nice. All of the ones I have tried have not shrunk or gone rough after a few uses.
I love wearing fun workout tanks, so I found some of my favorites that I have and added them to it too.
Here I am wearing my favorite soft sweatshirt.
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