These are both fantastic! Great work. I think i've seen The Thing one on reddit.com/r/bleachshirts (Sorry for late reply)
I really like this design and how the hoodie came out! As far as getting it whiter goes. I've found that some fabrics react differently to the bleach (some more grey than orange). It also seems that bleach loses some of its strength over time. If you use pure bleach, I believe it weakens the fabric significantly. Ultimately, if you want white you can use the stencil and fabric paint.
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Great project and instructions! I have a bit of sway in the quad that I need to figure out how to get straightened out, but I'm still very happy with this project. Thank you!
I think it's safe to say you're addicted! That's not a bad thing, I love seeing your work! Would have never thought to try laminate foil. Keep it up!
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Keep up the good work! Really enjoy seeing the shirts you make. Would have never thought to use foil. Try the transparency sheets I recommended below for reusable stencils. Glad you're enjoying it!
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Great model, and great Instructable! I love my new Sir Pigglesby! Thank you for all the work you put into this and posting it for free!
Sorry for the delayed reply. I know people use overhead projector transparency sheets to make reusable stencils. Then they stick them with spray on adhesive. Example:Transparency sheets: https://www.amazon.com/Apollo-Write-Transparency-I...Spray on Adhesive: https://www.amazon.com/3M-General-Purpose-45-Adhes... Hope this helps. I'll try and keep a better eye on my messages in case you have further questions.
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Awesome shirt bud! Very resourceful too with the materials you used. I have also heard that leaving bleach on the shirt for too long with cause problems also, but I have not ran into this problem. I think since the bleach is watered down, and you're not spraying very much on it, it's fine. Keep up the good work! I'd love to see your future masterpieces!
Thank you! Nice first shirt!
I do not believe so. Wax paper has wax on both sides of the paper, and when ironing over it, the top layer of wax would melt and get messy. Sorry for the late reply.
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