Posted By TeckWrap Craft On April 18, 2022
Do You Mirror Iron On Vinyl?
Table of Contents
- What Is Iron On Vinyl?
- Which Side Do You Cut On Iron On Vinyl?
- Projects To Make With A Heat Transfer Vinyl
- Step By Step Guide On How To Print Heat Transfer Vinyl On A Garment
- Supplies Needed
- Step 1: Prepare the Cut File
- Step 2: Scale The Design
- Step 3: Mirror The Design
- Step 4: Place Heat Transfer On The Cutting Mat
- Step 5: Adjust The Cut Settings
- Step 6: Test Cut And Get Ready To Cut Iron On Vinyl!
- Step 7: Weed Out Excess Vinyl
- Step 8: Iron Or Heat Transfer The Vinyl To The Garment
- TeckWrap Craft Heat Transfer Vinyl Heat And Time Guide
- Tips When Printing Heat Transfer Vinyl
- Frequently Asked Questions
Whether you call it iron-on or heat transfer vinyl, you may ask: Do you mirror iron-on vinyl? Yes, you should mirror the design when using heat transfer vinyl. Regardless of the pattern, or type of the heat transfer vinyl, you should always mirror the design.
In the Silhouette or Cricut Design Space, click the design and change the settings to mirror or flip. Why do you have to do this? Read further. In this guide, you’ll learn the step-by-step instructions on how to mirror iron-on vinyl and how to print it on the garment.
What Is Iron On Vinyl?
Iron-on vinyl also known as a heat transfer vinyl (HTV) has a heat-activated adhesive that is used to print on garments or fabrics. HTV is different from adhesive craft vinyl used for crafts like tumblers, mugs, or notebooks. In this guide, we’ll focus on heat transfer vinyl.