1 Red sweat shirt a size larger than you would normally wear, 1 White sweat shirt a size larger than you would normally wear, Scrap gold knit fabric, 1\4 yd Fusible web for heavy fabrics, Machine washable glue, White fabric paint, Black fabric paint, Shirt board or cardboard, Acetate or Shrink It brand plastic, Craft knife, Tape, Paper towels, 6 Round Velcro fasteners, Ruler and Scissors
Measure down 3\4" from each arm pit on the white sweat shirt and draw a line across the shirt. Cut on this line. Do the same for the red sweat shirt. Set the white top and the red bottom portions of the shirts aside.
Cut several 1\4" wide lengths from the fusible web. (It's easier to work with shorter lengths.) Following the manufacture's instructions, fuse to wrong side of the top portion of the RED sweat shirt along cut edge. Using the fuse as a guide, fold over the 1\4" hem and fuse.
Cut several 1\2" wide lengths from the fusible wed. Fuse to the right side of the bottom portion of the WHITE sweat shirt. Using the fuse as a guide, fuse the wrong, hemmed side of the white shirt to the right side of the red shirt. Draw a line down the center of the fused shirt to use as a guide when painting.
Using the front label cut from a can of Campbell's soup as a pattern, cut the words