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    [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img] Now that is flippin awsome deffinately need me one of those T-shirts.. Fantastic!!!!!!!!!!
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    Very cool !
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    Niiiiiiiiiiiiice job! I like those. I've been wanting to make some T-shirts.

    Great shirts!
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    Cool so far. Love the "hotel hamata"

    Just one comment though, from someone who used to try and do iron-on t-shirts for the local boy scouts... Be careful what type of transfer paper you use. If it's easy enought to iron on, it probably won't handle the heat of a dryer and thusly becomes "hang or lay flat to dry only". I've had mixed results. Some brands do fine, others melt and make a mess when accidentally tossed in the dryer... Unfortunately I can't remember which brand was which - I got rid of that stuff of mine a while back.

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    Thanks for the comments.

    The first shirt I made that went through the drier twice is starting to crack.

    I found a forum on making iron on transfers and read a lot of useful tips. Unfortunently it has come 3 shirts too late. The last one I made was the gecko shirt which looks to have adhered much better then the other attempts.

    Here are the others I've made.





    I'm going to hand wash these tees and air dry them too see how long they last.


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