Go wild with iron-ons
As you know, we love creating handmade toys, cute clothes, and fun decor for kids. One simple way to personalize your children’s clothing is with an iron-on design. So for this month’s collection, Krista has designed a kid’s tiger iron-on that you can easily transfer to a top or onesie.
As with all of our iron-on designs, we recommend using a cutting machine with our SVG file. But you can also cut this by hand using printable iron-on transfer.
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It’s been a while since we’ve created our own kid’s clothing. But two of our team members have babies now, so we’re re-inspired! Using our kid’s tiger iron-on, you can create as many tiger tops and onesies as you want as your child grows — and in whatever combination of colors you prefer.
Crafting tips: Because this project uses multiple colors of vinyl, work one layer at a time ironing them onto your fabric. Use a press cloth to prevent the vinyl from melting. You can also cut ears out of felt to match your fabric and then sew the bottom edge to make them stick out for a cute detail.
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- Iron-On Vinyl — Siser Easyweed Melon, Pink, Tennessee Orange, Black, and White
- Printable Iron-On Transfer (if not using a cutting machine)
- T Shirt or Bodysuit
- Wool Blend Felt (optional for adding ears)
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