Cricut Infusible Ink on Cotton Shirt

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Have you had a chance to work with Cricut Infusible Ink yet? The ink fuses with the material and becomes one. It’s seamless and there are a variety of colors and patterns available. A lot of people are intimidated by it. But don’t worry. It’s easier than you may think to use.

One of the the requirements of Infusible Ink is that it won’t work on cotton, or natural fibers. The recommendation is to use a material with a high polyester count. Cricut does have adult and youth shirts, bags, and baby bodysuits made specifically for use with Infusible Ink. But if you don’t have any polyester shirts and you don’t have any Infusible Ink shirts on hand, I’ve got a great hack for you. Follow along with me in the video tutorial below to learn a little trick I learned.

By EJ’s Fun Crafting

I am a work-from-home wife, mom & teacher who loves helping DIY enthusiasts and Cricut crafters create beautiful decor on a budget.

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