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Red boy’s long sleeved tee
Iron-on letters to spell “Wood”, “Gryffindor” and “Quidditch”


Lay the tee shirt flat on a heat-resistant surface.

Iron if necessary.

Place a layer of cardboard in between the layers so that the letters do not bleed through to the far side.

Place the letters on the back of the shirt and on the sleeves.

It is recommended to measure them and mark their placement in chalk.

Iron on the letters.

Allow the shirt to cool before moving as the letters may wrinkle or stick together.

Final Product

Quidditch Jersey


DrunkKitty’s pattern was taken with permission.

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