Wearable Art: Transfer Your Art Onto A T-Shirt With Iron On Transfers

Emma Jane Shaw, Hobby Artist

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10 Videos (21m)
    • Introduction

      0:55
    • Materials

      1:56
    • Finding Inspiration

      1:38
    • Concept Sketches

      1:11
    • Creating A Design

      3:53
    • Preparing To Print

      4:38
    • Mistakes To Avoid

      2:03
    • Transferring Your Design

      2:33
    • Caring For Your T Shirt

      1:40
    • Conclusion

      0:39

About This Class

Welcome to the first class in my new "Wearable Art" series. This series is all about making art that you can wear. I am going to share with you several ways you can achieve this. 

In this class you will learn how to create your own unique artistic design and transfer it onto a T-Shirt using iron on transfers. Each video lesson is designed to walk you through the process, step-by-step, offering visual how-to's and brief summaries of the key points of the lesson. By the end of the class you will have made your very own personalised T-Shirt out of your own artwork! 

Click enrol today and let's make some wearable art together!

7 of 7 students recommendSee All

Simple and straight forward.
Easy to follow steps. I like that Emma gave tips on how not to screw up! :)
Kimberly Purcell

Just Want To Make and Learn Stuff

Fun! Thanks
Cheryl Oed

Feng Shui Consultant, Instructor

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Emma Jane Shaw

Hobby Artist

Hi, my name is Emma Shaw and I’m from Australia. Currently I am living and working as a in in Canada with my boyfriend.

I’ve been drawing since I was little; art was always my favourite subject at school. Growing up I considered pursuing a career in the creative industries but fear, lack of confidence and competitiveness got in the way of that. So I pursued other things; I was a dance instructor for a time, did some travelling and volunteering, and went to university, all the while bringing out the old sketchbook every now and then to draw.

Since coming across Skillshare I have rediscovered my passion and joy for making art, developed the confidence to branch out and try new medium, and realised that art is an inseparable part of who I am. It’s also taught me that whether or not I am making art for myself or someone else, whether or not I earn money from my art, I must always love and enjoy making it. Now I am truly happy and excited to be learning not only as a student of Skillshare but as a teacher as well!