Posted By TeckWrap Craft On April 28, 2022
Iron-on Vinyl: Which Side Faces Down The Cutting Mat?
Table of Contents
- Common HTV Terms
- What Is Heat Transfer Vinyl?
- Parts Of A Heat Transfer Vinyl: The Carrier Sheet And Adhesive
- Do You Mirror Heat Transfer Vinyl?
- What Heat Transfer Vinyl Is Best?
- What Fabrics Can You Use Heat Transfer Vinyl On?
- What Are The Supplies Needed For Heat Transfer Printing?
- Step-By_Step Instructions On How To Print Iron-On Vinyl On Garments
- Create Your Design
- Adjust The Size Of The Decal
- Mirror Image
- Cut the Vinyl: The Shiny Side Goes Down!
- Weed All The Excess Vinyl
- Heat Press Machine Time!
- Care Instructions For T-Shirts Printed With Heat Transfer Vinyl
- Don’t Wash The Garment For At Least 24 Hours After Pressing
- Always Wash And Dry With The inside Out
- Use Warm Or Cold Water For Washing
- Do Not Dry Clean
- Only Use Mild Detergent
- Do Not Iron The Iron-On Vinyl Directly
- Project Ideas Using Iron-On Vinyl
Many crafters ask this question: For iron-on vinyl, which side down faces the cutting mat? Let’s cut to the chase and clear this dilemma once and for all. The side of the iron-on vinyl or heat transfer vinyl that faces down is the carrier sheet side or the shiny side.