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How to Heat Press Large Layered HTV Designs

How to Heat Press Large Layered HTV Designs

Sometimes heat pressing large and multilayered designs can be intimidating. Where do you start? What do you layer first? How do you position everything? Honestly, it’s not that complicated. My biggest struggle with this particular project was placement. Once I figured out where I wanted everything, the rest was easy-peasy.

What is a Heat Press Pillow & Do I Need One?

What is a Heat Press Pillow & Do I Need One?

Heat press pillow, heat transfer pillow, heat printing pillow -whatever name you might stumble across – is a soft foam square that is completely enclosed in a nonstick fabric.

Apply HTV to a Dolman Tee | Dog Mom Shirt

Apply HTV to a Dolman Tee | Dog Mom Shirt

Do you ever order a shirt without really knowing if you’re going to like it? Well, I ordered the District Made® Ladies Drapey Dolman Tee simply because it wasn’t a standard t-shirt and looked like something I would buy from an overpriced store to wear. The minute I pulled it out of the box (which came super-fast) I was in love!

How to Layer Siser® Holographic Heat Transfer Vinyl

How to Layer Siser® Holographic Heat Transfer Vinyl

I love making layered designs with HTV, and I often see a lot of you asking about ways to layer different types of heat transfer vinyl. For this tutorial, I’ve decided to show you guys how to do this with two very different kinds of vinyl – Siser® EasyWeed® HTV and Siser® Holographic. Siser® EasyWeed® is a fairly standard HTV that applies at a medium temperature, can be peeled warm or cold, and can be layered on top of Siser® Holographic Heat Transfer Vinyl, on the other hand, applies at a higher temperature, peels cold, and cannot be layered on top of. For this project, I used 9 different layers (2 EasyWeed and 7 Holographic), which may seem daunting at first, but can easily be accomplished with the right technique! 

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