How to Layer Iron Ons

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Unicorns are all the rage these days. I made a set of iron on designs to demonstrate how to layer HTV on top of each other.

This mix and match unicorn face SVG cut file set is available for free in my resource library.

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    Recommended Materials for Unicorn T-shirts

    Iron-on Vinyl – I just bought an assorted set of vinyl from Amazon that had the best rating.

    Iron or Heat Press – I used an iron but apparently this is the best seller Heat Press on Amazon.

    Cutting Machine – I use a Cricut. Check out my recommendations for Cricut machines and accessories for beginners for more info.

    Templates – All mine are free and included in my resource library.

    Tutorial for Layering HTV

    Step 1: Cut all the HTV pieces. (Pre-peel the vinyl in the corner from the transfer sheet if you have to. I hate it when it they say smooth side up/down. I’m always like both sides are smooth!!)

    Step 2: Iron on the first layer. I usually do cotton setting for 15 seconds and then warm peel.

    Step 3: Place the second layer of vinyl on top. Then cover the exposed vinyl with scrap transfer sheets. Make sure to put the scrap transfer sheet on after the second layer of vinyl.

    Step 4: Warm peel everything off

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