15 years ago I drew on the Teddy bear faces and stitching lines by hand using a permanent marker. I am happy to have a new and easier technique this time. Did you know you can print on fabric in your computer? I am SO excited about this way of doing it!
The process is simple! You will need freezer paper.
1. Cut a piece of freezer paper to 8 1/2 x 11 inches.
2. Iron the piece of freezer paper, shiny side down onto the back of your fabric.
3. Now cut your fabric around the paper.
4. Run it through your printer. Easy peasy!
I was concerned that it wouldn't be colorfast. I had several reject bears so I washed one of them. (Takes me several "trys" to get one looking right, with the lines in all the right places.) It came through the wash fine. The only thing that washed out was the red. Now this bear only has black and red so if you're going to print lots of colors on a project and you want it to be washable I would probably make a tester.