Creating Your Own Appliqué Designs for Sports Uniforms

Utilize these free tools to get the job done

If decorators are looking to create their own appliqué graphics for cheer or team sports uniforms, it’s a great idea to take a graphic design course. Even if it’s a beginner Photoshop or Illustrator class, the efforts can be worth your time, money, and efforts.

If you don’t have enough time to sit down and create while you learn a graphics suite, Laura Estle-Jewell, owner of Victory Cheer Uniforms, shares some of the free tools that also get the job done:

www.140.lunapic.com – Ideal for fitting in sections with textured patterns, like twill

–  www.pixlr.com/editor – Utilize the color replacement tool

–  www.online-image-editor.com – Offers user-friendly transparency and glitter tools

–  www.cadworxlive.com – Best for school lettering (Send it straight to Vector Cut)

Microsoft Paint and snipping tool – Presents easy-to-use and effective editing

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Alexandria Bruce

Alexandria Bruce is the former managing editor of GRAPHICS PRO magazine.

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