Then I peeled off the backing and placed the material on one of my cutting sheets.
Next, I chose the bird shape I wanted from the Silhouette store (for $.99), sized it to my liking, and printed it out.
You can see that I peeled off the negative leaving the bird on the cutting sheet.
Lastly, I ironed on my bird to my pillow and used washable fabric glue to secure any loose corners. Since my pillow was already intact, I wasn’t able to sew the bird to the pillow; however, with the addition of fabric glue this pillow should do fine in the wash.
- Silhouette SD machine
- Clean Cut Fabric Interfacing (you don’t have to sew this one on, just iron and be done.)
- Sewable Fabric Interfacing (for projects that will receive a lot of washing.)
- Roll of white flocked heat transfer material (great for creating cute iron ons for pillows, blankets, t-shirts, etc.)
Also, readers that already have a Silhouette can get 25% off fabric interfacing. The March promotion will run from the 21st through the 27th.