Okay, time to gather your supplies! Here’s what you’ll need:
- Cotton solids in your desired colors
- Heat-n-Bond Ultrahold – this stronger stuff helps to keep things from fraying and ensures you don’t have to sew things into place!
- Grommets (optional) and grommet tool
Okay…let’s get started with the No-Sew Super T-Shirts!
Follow these basic instructions for EVERY design element for all your different logos:
- Iron Heat-N-Bond to the wrong side of your fabric.
- Place your template face down onto the paper side of the Heat-n-Bond.
- Trace around your template with a pencil.
- Cut out the graphic with a scissors.
Okay, now let’s make the masks.
These are really quick to make and don’t require any sewing!
1. Iron the Heat-n-Bond to the wrong side of your fabric.
2. Trace the mask template outline onto the paper side of the Heat-n-Bond.
3. Cut out the outline of the mask with a scissors.
4. Repeat the process for the graphic that will go on to the mask.
14. The last step is to add elastic. Measure from ear-to-ear (around the back of the head) to determine elastic length.
15. Loop the elastic through the holes/grommets and pin in place.
16. Sew, safety pin, or knot the elastic in place.
Okay, last part: the Super Cuffs!
1. Fuse the Heat-n-Bond to the wrong side of your accent fabric (purple).
2. Cut 2 strips of your base fabric (3″ wide) and 2 strips of your accent fabric (2″ wide).
3. Fuse your accent strip (purple) to the center of your base strip (pink)
4. Fold the strip in half (wrong sides facing) and place the strip around your wrist.
5. To determine the appropriate measurement for the cuff seam, make sure you can easily pull your
hand out of the cuff and pinch the cuff in the right location.
6. Mark the seam location with a pin.
7. Sew the cuff shut (wrong sides together). (This can also be done with a safety pin in a pinch!)
8. Trim the cuff (after the seam) on a 45 degree angle.
9. Repeat with the other strip to make the second cuff.
I hope everyone has a great Halloween! As always, a big thanks to Amy for having me stop by today to share this project with you! And if you like what you see here, be sure to follow me along in my crafting adventures!