Your going to need light weight fabric, I used muslin, freezer paper and an image to print out. Freezer paper is shiny on one side. Wax paper will not work with this. I downloaded the image off of Lynne's blog(with her permission, of course) and saved it to my computer. Then I cut a piece of muslin and a piece of freezer paper, the same size as a sheet of printer paper. 8.5"x11". That's the largest size my printer will allow. *If you want to age your fabric, I would do it before this next step. I think the ink will run once it gets wet* Next, your going to lay the freezer paper down, shiny side up, and place your fabric, right side up, on top of it. Flip it over and run your iron over the paper side of the freezer paper. Basically, your heating it up so that the shiny side will stick to your fabric. Make sure you get the edges well. Here is what it will look like.
Now, it's on to the computer. Place the fabric/freezer paper into the printer and print your image out. Make sure you have your fabric turned the right way to ensure the image will be printed on the fabric side and not the paper side. I did a test print on normal paper first, just to be sure my image was the right size.
I love how that image looks on the muslin!
Once the image is printed, you have to remove the freezer paper. Just find a corner and pull it off. It comes off very easily.
Then stitch straight across. Fold it back up, and stitch around the remaining two sides. When I got to the top, I didn't sew across the twine. I turned the fabric and finished just below the twine. Ya, I know, hard to understand. Here's an illustration.
I clipped the corners so it will lay flat when you turn it right side out.