Wednesday, October 29, 2014

[Video]Cut Fabric with your Cricut!!

Have you ever wanted to learn how to cut fabric with your Cricut machine?

Now's your chance - I have a video showing you how to do this below!

Today's "Trick or Treat" bag was made using the Close to My Heart Artbooking Cricut cartridge.  I made the following cut from the cartridge:
And then I got started on making my "Trick or Treat" bag (bag from Hobby Lobby).

Here's how to cut fabric in the Cricut:
1) Wash and dry fabric.  Then, using heavy starch, iron the fabric on high heat with no steam.  Iron item you are adhering the cut to.
2) Iron Heat 'n Bond onto fabric.  Be sure and follow directions on package of Heat 'n Bond (lower setting on iron to medium, no steam).
3) Cut "trick or treat" out from the Close to My Heart Artbooking Cricut cartridge at 8-3/4" REAL dial size using the following settings: Blade at 6, Pressure at 6, speed at 3 and multi-cut it 2 times.  If using the Cricut Explore, set dial to "Fabric". Fabric will be up on the mat, paper backing down on the mat.
4) Pull off paper backing on cut. Then iron as directed on Heat 'N Bond packaging.  DO NOT OVER IRON - sticky goes away if you do this!
Cutting and adhering literally took 15 minutes.  The most time consuming part was washing and drying the fabric beforehand.

Want to see a video on how to do this?  Check out the video below (Click HERE if you can't see the video):


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This is a great promo!

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New Cricut Giveaway - Printable Vinyl
How can you win?
1) Leave a comment below - Have you ironed on fabric before?
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Winner will be announced on October 28, 2014 and has two weeks to claim prize.  U.S. Residents only, please, over 18.  Void where prohibited.
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19 comments:

  1. Very cute bag! I have not experimented with the iron-on fabric technique yet, but I do plan to do so soon! Thank you for sharing your talents!

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  2. Yes I have ironed on Fabric Before I'll admit i was nervous about it but was so surprised how it turned. Thanks for your Video it was so fun and girl you really do make great tutorial so that we can enJOY our projects on our Cricutall the more!!! YOU so ROCK!!

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  3. I have used Heat n Bond before but haven't cut with the Cricut.

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  4. Like the Trick or Treat bag. I've done iron-on transfers using photos & such and Avery Iron-on transfer paper. Not cur fabric on my Cricut.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  5. I haven't used the cricut for iron on fabric but I made dozens of Homemade Christmas Sweatshirts with fabric back in the early to mid 90's--they were very popular. I made many for gifts and sold some too--I may even have some of my favorites tucked away in storage somewhere. Thanks for the encouragement to try this with my cricut!!!

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  6. I have not tried that yet. Your bag is so cute, I think I may have to try it.

    Leslie

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  7. I have not tried the iron on fabric technique yet. You make it look so easy, I want to try it. Super cute bag! TFS!

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  8. What a cute bag! Thanks for the tutorial. I've made one project before using this technique, but now I wonder why I haven't made more!

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  9. I've never tried this before, but yours is so cute, I may have to get my nerve up and give it a go! Thanks for the great video.

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  10. I love your bag! I've never tried cutting fabric with my cricut, thanks for the great video!

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  11. I've never tried to cut fabric with my Cricut but I have hand cut fabric that was adhered to Heat and Bond.

    Missy from Michigan

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  12. Nice. Looks like another project to do...appreciate your knowledge and willing ness to share with us.s Thank you.

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  13. Nice project! I've never tried this before and guess I won't as I don't have an iron. Thanks for sharing your time, talents, and imagination with us.

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  14. LOVE your CUTE bag. LOVE the video. Thanks for sharing.
    Crafty hugs,
    D~
    DesignsByDragonfly.blogspot

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    1. whoops forgot to say I have not tried this.
      D~

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  15. Thank you for this video. I have ironed on fabric before but I've never done it on the cricut. How does it perform on the Explore? I've heard it's easier?

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  16. Well, you certainly made this look easy enough for me to try it. I can't wait to give it a go. Thanks for sharing this great info.

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