Chalkboard T-Shirt





Introduction: Chalkboard T-Shirt

Like to change what your shirt is saying on a whim? Then the Chalkboard T-shirt is for you! Always have the coolest slogans and images with this nifty shirt.

Step 1: Supplies

For this project you will need the following:
- Chalkboard Fabric (Get It Here)
- An old t shirt
- velcro

Step 2: Cut the Fabric

First you want to cut the chalkboard fabric to your desired size. I did a 12" by 12" square.

Step 3: Attach Velcro

put one side of the velcro on the chalkboard fabric and do the same to the t-shirt.

Step 4: Posistion the Square

Find out how you want the square to go, then place it down so you get it right.

Step 5: Sew on the Velcro

Lastly, sew the velcro on so it doesn't come off, you can use a sewing machine or hand stitch.

Step 6: Draw on It and You're Ready to Go!

Create a cool design and you're done! Have fun with your nice new t shirt!



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    The and sites no longer seem to have any products for sale. I ordered one of these at I'm waiting to see if I actually get it.

    The ChalkBoard Tee people say their site is "Under construction."

    Or, you could just go to and get one that is already made for you. There are even instructions with the shirt for how to reuse it, along with the tube that it came in. : )

    The velcro doesn't seem too useful. Will the fabric get destroyed if i wash it?

    these shirts are awesome
    you can get then for $15 and free shipping at

    to everyone down beneath me asking about making a shirt out of the chalkboard cloth, i would think it would be stiff and uncomfortable.

    It would be even better to make the whole shirt out of the chalkboard cloth, wouldn't it?

    Hi there have question ?

    when you clean the T-Shirt does it get affected the Chalkboard or not ... mean can it be used again with the same effect

    coolness! I should make one so we can write messages to each other at work!

    it would be a little cleaner looking if you cut a smaller rectangle out of the front of the shirt, made small slits in the corners, folded the edges over, pinned them, and then sewed the chalkboard fabric to the shirt from the inside, while at the same time sewing the folded over edges.

    still a sweet project.