Iron-On "Ruffle" Shirt
Source: Blueprint, March/April 2007
As a witty take on a men's black-tie shirt (but not the sight gag that is the tuxedo-print tee), scan a length of lace and make two print-outs on heat-transfer paper (available at office-supply stores). Iron onto a plain button-front shirt that timeworn classic you may be slightly sick of. Or download our lace panel template.
Using ink-jet printer transfer paper, print out 3 sheets of the lace design.
Cut around the edges of the lace design. Follow transfer paper directions.