Finding my Citra Solv was the toughest part of the process. It is not available everywhere. I didn't want to drive all around town, so after checking my grocery store, Target and Whole foods I went on line. I spent about $13 for a 16oz bottle (with shipping) at Soap.com.
Once you have your image, place it in your fabric. I used painters tape to keep it in place.
Then apply the Citra Solv to the back of paper. I poured the cleaner into a small dish and used a small paint brush to apply. For an image this size it did not take much cleaner. The fumes can be strong, so you may want to have a window open.
After applying the solvent you will need to burnish the back of the transfer. I used the flat end of a fork, but if you have a larger image you could use the bowl of a spoon. Just make sure you get all of the image rubbed.
Remove paper and let dry. The tighter the weave of the fabric the crisper your image will be.
There you have it. A quick and inexpensive way to make your own transfer. From what I have read you can wash this and the image will stay.
Have you tried this technique yet?