Once you like what you see, remove all of your cutouts (try not to forget what order you put them in, taking a picture might help). Now, take your t-shirt and cutouts over to your ironing board (it's easier to arrange them here rather than having to move them later). Arrange the fabric feathers and feet back onto the t-shirt, using your traced turkey as a guide.
|Notice how I put the curved edge of the feather inside the outline|
|As long as your curved edges are inside the outline you are fine|
Now it's time to iron the beak on.
You are almost done!!! All you have to do now is glue the googly eyes on!
|I am not positive that this glue will last through the wash so be prepared to |
have glue them back on if using it.
If you want to sew your Turkey onto your shirt you will want to put fusible interfacing on the inside of your t-shirt. This will keep your shirt from strectching while sewing. Cut the interfacing bigger than your Turkey and iron on (using manufacteres instructions).
|I did have his hair somewhat fixed but the darn wind took over|
**When washing you should wash inside out on a gentle cycle. Low heat or lay flat to dry. The ends of your fabric will fray just a bit if you didn't sew around them but it adds character :)