Cricut Infusible Ink T-Shirt Tutorial


After sizing your design in Cricut Design Space, load an infusible ink transfer sheet onto a standard grip Cricut mat (pattern side up). Don't forget to mirror the design!

It's best to hand weed the transfer sheet to avoid damaging the infusible ink. Gently bend the carrier sheet and pull away the excess infusible ink pieces to reveal your design.



To press infusible ink, you'll need a heat press that reaches 400°F (205°C) as well as a few basic supplies. The Heat App or Guide will give you detailed heating instructions.

After transferring the design, your shirt will be ready to wear! The ink fuses with the fabric for a permanent bond.*


Note: You must use infusible-ink-compatible shirts for this project.

Beyond shirts, you can make infusible ink coasters, mugs, hats, tote bags, and more! Learn more in the full article.


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