Today I'm sharing how to make a "One of a Kind" snowflake shirt for someone special. Use different snowflakes to make unique versions for the whole family!
And by using felt there's no need to worry about hems or edges. It's fast & fun, so grab the Trim The Tee button off the sidebar and let's get started!
- A blank tee
- 5in x 5in piece of light blue felt for adults & kids (use smaller for baby-sized)
- 8.5in x 11in piece of of felt for lettering
- Notions (ball point needle, thread, scissors, disappearing marker, paper, pencil)
- Options for lettering: Machine Embroidery (embroidery thread+stabilizer), Hand embroidery (embroidery floss), Hand-cut felt letters, Iron-on letters
First draw or trace a snowflake onto paper. I found a free clip art snowflake that I enlarged, printed & cut out. Then I folded it in half over a piece of folded felt & cut. Tip: Using thread scissors really helps when cutting details and tiny corners.
Open snowflake and pin to center front of shirt (I use a yard stick to get it nice & straight).
Stitch down the middle of each of the main lines of the snowflake.
Then stitch along center of smaller detail lines. Using disappearing marker helps to keep things nice and even in tight spots.
This is so easy because you can do a word at a time - no need to worry about centering or spacing. And because the felt is has texture and thickness, it adds nice dimension to the lettering when sewn on.
Pin the words to the shirt as desired and then stitch all the way around each word, very close to the felt's edge.
Now someone can show off their One Of A Kind status in a festive way! Great for baby's first Christmas or some sweet holiday photos. And since it's winter-themed it's still wearable long after the Christmas & Hannukah season are over.
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