Football season is upon us so time to make a fun Bleached Football Shirt. The FREE files, yes there are 2, this week are a Football Outline and Yard Lines! The outline could be used as the full football or just the top laces. The yard lines can be broken down and used for smaller projects!!
This weeks FREE Football Outline and Yard Lines can be found in the Freebie Library. File numbers are 47 and 48. I have also created a video tutorial along with some directions on how I made my shirt and some pointers! Remember to please share what you created! Check me out on Facebook and Instagram and remember a pintrest pin is always appreciated!!
Football Shirt Supply List
- Cutting Machine or Glowforge and software
- Football Outline and Yard Lines (click on the link)
- Shirt – I used a Gildan 50/50 Heather Soft blend
- Stencil Material – You can use Acrylic, Vinyl or Mylar (I used a 5ml Mylar – It is re-usable
- Peroxide – to neutralize
- Something to go between the shirt layers while bleaching – cardboard, tote lid or garbage bag
- Spray bottle for the bleach
- Spray Adhesive – only needed for the mylar
Video Tutorial – Bleach Football Shirt
Here are the steps I took to make my bleach shirt
Step 1 – Load the free cutting file into your favorite cutting software. I used Mylar for my stencil. This material is re-usable. You will have to check for cut setting for your machine type. I could have also cut out of acrylic on the Glowforge if I was make a lot of shirts. If you plan on that please let me know. I can do something like that for you. Using vinyl is an option, remember it is single use.
Step 2 – Cut your material. Then weed the spots where you want the bleach to go.
Step 3 – It was a beautiful sunny day here in Wisconsin when I did my shirt so the bleach process did not take long. I put a garbage bag between the shirt layers. Then laid the shirt on the lawn. I then took my mylar and spray adhesive and applied it to the back of my stencil. Then I laid the stencils down on the shirt where I wanted them
Step 4 – Lets Bleach!!! Then I took my spritz bottle, I did you full bleach since my shirt was a blend. Now, spray bottles do matter. I bleached before and my spritzer nozzle was not the best. I find I like the fine misters. You can reuse the Dawn power wash bottles too! They work great. I then sprayed my shirt. If you watch in the video you will see it went fairly quickly!!! Once I had the football and yard lines the way I wanted them I pulled the stencils and sprayed the rest of the shirt. I also removed the spritzer out of the bottle and sprinkled the bleach on the shirt for an extra effect and style
Step 5 – Once your shirt is at the bleach level you want, take it and put it in a cold water peroxide bath. It does not take much. This neutralizes the bleaching process. Once that is done toss in the wash and dry!
Step 6 – You could add a saying like Game Day or something. I kept my more neutral. Wear and enjoy!!!
To get your FREE file please go to my Freebie Library, sign in (don’t worry if you are not a member yet, sign up and the password will be emailed to you!!! Also, remember I include it in the bottom of the weekly email too! 😉 ) and download Number 47 – Footbal Outline and 48 Yard Lines. The downloaded file will have multiple file options SVG, PNG, DXF (If you have the free version of Silhouette Studio you will need this file) and EPS.
I hope you enjoy the FREE files. Thank you again for stopping by and being part of my dream and 12 Paw Designs! Have an absolutely amazing day!!!
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