Hi guys! I hope that you're having a great weekend so far. I just made a big pot of coffee and I'm digging in to getting lots of stuff done – a little sewing, a little cleaning and a little work too. But first, I have a few DIY tote tutorials to help inspire your weekend crafting. Also if you haven't already tried it, check out my free Reversible Shoulder Bag pattern.
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Even though I think books are the best ever, I need a reminder sometimes. I so often find myself swept up in sewing or just looking for eye candy on the internet (I'm lookin' at you Pinterest) that I think I don't read as much as I should. So, in order to give myself a little reminder as well as a fun and useful tote, I created this "Read More Books" iron-on transfer design. I've had this DIY Printable in mind for a few months now and I'm so excited with how it turned out.
Printers operate differently but usually when you set your printer media to "Iron on transfer" it will automatically flip the design horizontally. I recommend doing a test print on regular paper to make sure it flips before printing on the iron on transfer paper. I found that the color was blacker when I did not use the "Iron on transfer" preset. So, I've included an already reversed version just in case.
This design is for personal use only. Not for profit or resale.