A Guide to Using Infusible Ink with Cricut
Cricut Infusible Ink changed the way crafters made shirts, totes, pillowcases, and even mugs. Let’s explore all that you need to know about Cricut Infusible Ink.
Cricut’s Infusible Ink is heat transfer for cloth-like canvases.
What Is Infusible Ink?
It’s Cricut’s version of sublimation without the need for a sublimation printer.
HTV works well on any color or textured blank but with Infusible Ink you will need to work with light-colored materials only to preserve the vibrant colors.
When NOT To Use Infusible Ink
The Infusible ink is actually dyeing the design into the fabric of your shirt rather than adhered on top of the fabric.
The Difference Between Infusible Ink And
The Infusible Ink is actually dyeing the design into the fabric of your shirt rather than iron-on vinyl that is adhered on top of the fabric.
Cricut Infusible Ink Is Peel-Proof
Use the “cracking” technique to roll the Infusible Ink transfer sheet around before weeding it for easier removal.
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