SummarySo, it turns out you can 3d print RIGHT ON CLOTHING! NEAT! Hello #PRINTERNETS! I made this Gryffindor logo shirt by reworking the model done by Imminentfate. After a bunch of trial and error, I've worked out the process! 3 first layers, at the least Low heat Lower layer height than .25 Use Avery Label Sheet (http://www.avery.com/avery/en_us/Products/Labels/Addressing-Labels/White-Mailing-Labels_05353.htm) Cut out a sheet that is the size of the build plate. Stick the sheet on the back side of the cloth. Clip down the cloth (sheet side under) on all 4 corners, being sure that it is flat. Re-level your build plate so that the nozzle just touches the cloth. I have no idea how well it will stand up to the washing machine. (I suggest using fabric glue.) As usual, here is the build video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7F7GVWip18 See you next time!