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==Blog Post==
==Blog Post==

Revision as of 17:17, 3 October 2012

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Blog Post

Here is a link to the blog post I created for this video.

Info About Project

I decided to make a flag for the shop.

I started with 2 yards of a 100% cotton piece of fabric. I sewed the sides of the fabric to the size I wanted the flag to be. I also included a part on the left side of the flag for a pole.

I purchased “Jolee’s Easy Image” iron-on transfer sheets.

Iron-On Transfer Sheets

I printed my design on the transfer sheets. I then laid the transfer sheets out on the fabric and figured out how I wanted the words positioned. Once I had the final layout, I began ironing the words on.

Here is a picture of the flag hanging up at the shop:

Hanging up at the shop

I really enjoyed making this flag. Let me know what you think, unless it’s about the hyphen!