personally i don't use tracing paper for transfers,i find it to stiff,it doesn't mold itself to the contours of the body,i use greaseproof paper...big roll from Wilkinson store is only *£1 & its nice & thin.Hi all i was wondering what is best to use ? actual A4 pieces of tracing paper or is it ok to use greaseproof/baking paper on rolls. And is there actually any difference? :1
ha ha,i do this to ( if its quite a flat part of the body) anything to make life easy.For me I use the paper I printed the design on. Just trace over the design with the hecto behind it, job done. Helps me line up the design aswell as you can see the finished product on the front when locating it on the body. Also means you only have to trace it once aswell.