I even managed to install it myself, which only a tiny bit of help;)
Most iron-on image transfer paper will only work on an inkjet printer. The only problem is that you have to mirror print you image. So I have been playing around with LibreOffice Draw and trying to mirror words...easier said then done. It's not very logical....:type your words, click on modify- convert to curve- back to modify- flip- horizontal. Yeah!
I photocopied the map onto the Transfer Paper and ironed in to my nice 'antique look' fabric. Mmmm....too dark and grey. Unfortunately I don't have more of that fabric :( Ok, one more try on a less nice fabric, but the outcome is way better :)
|This is my final design|
|Right the printed map, but I didn't make it transparent, so it's way too dark. I like the one I did on the left. Printed a fingerprint to study the lines ;)|
|This is part of the map I used and mirrored|