How To Use Cricut Patterned Iron On With An Easy Press

When I originally purchased my Cricut, t-shirts were the number one reason for justifying my purchase.  For some reason, I thought t-shirt making would be so much fun…especially having children.  My first experience with patterned iron on was with a household iron and was an utter fail.  It was so tricky, and I practically melted the iron on.  After than initial try, I asked for an Easy Press.  With iron on being so expensive, I wholeheartedly believe everyone should have an Easy Press that simplifies the iron on process and gives you the best chance for success.  The very first project with my Easy Press was a set of t-shirts for my girls and it was so easy!   Patterned iron on with an Easy Press was not only so darn easy, but it was so fun and stress free!  If you are ready to tackle patterned iron on with an Easy Press, this tutorial is the perfect first step!

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How To Use Cricut Patterned Iron On With An Easy Press

How To Use Cricut Patterned Iron On With An Easy Press |

When I unwrapping my Easy Press 2 on Christmas morning, I was super excited!  In fact, I had secretly purchased a roll of patterned iron on…in hopes that I would get an Easy Press for Christmas and tucked it away with my craft supplies.  I mean, I didn’t want to be home on Christmas Day with a new Easy Press and not have any iron on to make a project with!  The first project I made was these adorable floral initial baseball t-shirts for my toddlers.  I love the soft floral print paired with the baseball style.  And my girls loved them!

I think this is one of my favorite tutorials that I have filmed so far and I know you are going to love it too!  Below you will find a step-by-step tutorial for using patterned iron on with an Easy Press, followed by a list of materials used within the video guide.  Let’s get started!

Materials & Tools You’ll Need

Cricut Maker –

Brayer Tool –

Weeding Tool –

Measuring Tape –

Paper Trimmer –

Similar Toddler Shirt –

Easy Press 2 –

Easy Press Mat –

Iron-On Protective Sheet –

Patterned Iron-On –

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