- T-Shirt (whatever style floats your fashion boat)
- Fun fabric (either fabric by the yard or from an old shirt)
- Homemade Stencil
- Fabric Glue
- Thick Thread and Needle
Find an image online that you'd like to copy onto your shirt. Make sure it's simple, traceable and can easily be cut out. I chose the Rangers "T" symbol and hunky Josh Hamilton's number 32. Both these were easy to find and easy to stencil. Print the image off (preferably on stock paper) and cut out.
and it will be flipped on the shirt. After you trace the image then cut it out. Make sure to keep the sides smooth and straight.
Lay your shirt flat and measure out the placement of your fabric cut outs. You might want to try the shirt on, as sometimes the shirt can be sewn to fit differently than it looks laying flat. I found this out the hard way when I first started and glued my "T" down on the front of the shirt, only to find out that the shirt was irregular and my "T" was crooked.
Once you've measured it out, take your glue and apply it to your fabric cut out. Hint: Make sure you have cardboard or a book or something inside the shirt so that the glue doesn't bleed through onto the other side of the Tee. Apply to shirt. Let dry.
Stitch around all the edges of your fabric cut out. This is mostly for aesthetic and a little for security. It's okay that it's not stitched perfectly, if its a little uneven it adds to the funky factor.
Wear it, Enjoy it, and cheer for the Rangers!