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Q: Experience with iron-on t-shirt logos?

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MsSwan

I’ve seen it done before and I know it likely wouldn’t be the highest quality but I do have some experience with photoshop and have some t-shirt ideas in mind. Anyone?

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the Devil of Pop

I've done it before for making some band shirts before I went to my first concert when I was a teen :smh: I mean it worked and I had a custom Tshirt! But that's about the extent of the pros. The cons included: 1) The transfers are quite thick and make your shirt gather in weird ways 2) I used a dark tshirt transfer and whatever I wanted on my shirt had to be either outlined with an ugly white background or cut out individual letter by letter. 3) The colors on the transfer bled and wore away after a few washes, leaving only a white blob

How can I protect something so perfect without evil?

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