printing t-shirt tranfers

  ROYWIDD 12:47 05 Jun 04
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Hi,does anyone know of a program,pref free or shareware,that will let me print t-shirt transfers(ie reverse images)on my HP1110 all-in-one?The printer hasnt got the capability on its own,maybe theres a program out there that will let me do it?Thanks in advance,roywidd

  Pearly Gates |X|X| 13:17 05 Jun 04

You can do it in "Paint"

  pj123 14:10 05 Jun 04

MS Publisher will also print "mirror images". In fact any programme that can print a mirror image should work. We assume you have T-shirt transfer paper from somewhere like Choice Stationery at click here

I have a very old CD called T-Shirt Design Kit (never used). Just been to their website at click here and it looks the same as I have. Doesn't say anthing about Win XP though. If you want the CD I have email me your address and I will post it out to you.

  Fred the flour grader 14:21 05 Jun 04

Im sure PC Advisor had a free program on a cover disc a while back called Greentrees or Greenstreet T shirt maker.
I am not sure if you get the 2001-2003 issue archive CD there might be something in there to point you in the direction.....Fred

  ROYWIDD 19:47 05 Jun 04

Thanks to all of you,guess i should have added that i want to print some of my own pics onto t-shirts,but i'll try your suggestions,thanks again,roywidd

  woodchip 20:16 05 Jun 04

All you need is a Photo Edit program you can revers a pic in that and just print as normal

  woodchip 20:17 05 Jun 04

By the way what you are looking for is to flip the Pic in the program

  Eastender 20:50 05 Jun 04

IrfanView will do this for you click here

  canute44 22:06 05 Jun 04

When you have found a suitable program, be very careful about the choice of transfer paper as some seem good to start with but then fade and/or spread colours into each other during washing. I found that the better known makes such as HP and Epson are much better than cheap ones. T-shirts require almost cold washing to survive more than a few washes. I think that you will also find that the shirts need to be 100% cotton. Have fun! My daughter still has several from about five years ago but do not expect the pictures to remain as bright as the day you made them!

  ROYWIDD 00:10 06 Jun 04

Thank you everyone,especially woodchip,i used photoshop7-worked like a dream//thanks canute,i'll bear that in mind

  canute44 09:08 15 Jun 04

ROYWIDD
I don't know if you will read this now but how did you get on with the T-shirt printing? Did you find a source of cheap 100 per cent cotton T-shirts - I had got one but the shop went bust so I am looking for another source. I was paying £5 for three which I thought a good price and they have last well with heavy use. I see that one can now buy transfers for dark materials so presumably one can now print white on black.

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