Are you interested in how to make iron on with your Cricut Maker or Explorer? I’ve created a round-up of all my free Cricut Iron-on designs and tutorials.
There are so many different HTV projects that can be done with your Cricut. No wonder they are the most popular category of crafts for Cricut users.
I’ve created my fair share of iron-on design and tutorials. All of the designs here are available free in my resource library. You can get access to my resource library at the end of this article.
Here’s a rounds up of my favorite Cricut Iron On Projects
I made this cute mix and match unicorn face design set and a tutorial on tips for ironing on HTV in layers.
I made this elegant filigree designs as a pillow iron on project. The pillow was made of a synthetic material and took some additional care in the iron on process.
I made this set of cute animal SVG designs so I could make new t-shirts for my kids. This was a super fun and easy project that is also great for beginners.
I was really pleasantly surprised by how well these bonded cotton printable sheets worked with my inkjet printer. Because of the bonding material, the fabric doesn’t fray and created a really clean edge. The best part is this can be done with the standard fine point blade on any cutting machine.
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