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"Property of" Quidditch Shirt

© Gingin77


Blank cotton t-shirt in the house color of your choice.
Puff fabric paint in yellow (for Gryffindor) gold (for Hufflepuff), gray or silver (for Slytherin or book Ravenclaw), or bronze (for movie Ravenclaw).
Iron-on transfer


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"Property of" Quidditch Shirt iron-on


Print iron-on from above onto iron-on transfer paper, following the manufacturer's instructions.

Iron the iron-on to the middle of the front of your shirt, also following the manufacturer's instructions.

Fill in the pencil with puff fabric paint.

Allow to dry completely, then turn to the back.

Pick your favorite quidditch player from your chosen house.

In pencil, draw out the block letters for the name across the shoulder blade section of the shirt, and draw out the large number in the middle of the back. (It's okay to guess the player's number, if it's not known.)

Fill in the letters and numbers with the puff fabric paint.

Follow the manufacturer's drying recommendations, then enjoy your "Property of" Quidditch Shirt!

Final Product


Gingin77's pattern was taken with permission.

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