Trying out Tailor Printable Iron-On Transfer Sheets: and your Free SVG!

Cricut printable iron on tutorial and Free star wars SVG - from Where Faith Grows blog by Christian blogger and podcaster Laura Lambert

My sister introduced me to these Tailor brand printable iron-on transfer sheets, and I have to say I was extremely skeptical. I am a big proponent of Siser HTV (heat transfer vinyl) and have used it extensively for my iron-on projects. So when my sis informed me I could print any design I created on these Tailor sheets and iron them on with no weeding at all, that sounded too good to be true.

Well, I gave them a whirl, and she was not exaggerating. I have yet to wash my new project, but for how well it fused to the fabric and how easy the process was from start to finish, I give it a 10/10. Here are the steps to use this product for your own project (then keep scrolling for your free SVG to try this project out for yourself!)

  1. Create your design in Canva and download it as a PNG with a transparent background.
  2. Upload your PNG to Cricut Design Space.
    1. Make sure your image is crystal clear
    2. Save your image as a print and cut image and name your file
  3. Measure your shirt (or onesie in my case!)
  4. Create a new design in Cricut Design Space and click “upload”. Select the image you just uploaded into Cricut Design Space
  5. Select “edit” and adjust the width of your design to match whatever you measured on your shirt
  6. Click next and print your design on your printer. Insert the Tailor transfer sheet into your printer so that the sheet prints on the NON-glossy side. In the case of my printer, that meant loading my transfer sheet glossy side up.
  7. Once your design is printed, click “make it” and be sure your Cricut is set to the iron-on setting.
    1. Note: Cricut Design Space will prompt you to mirror your image. Don’t do this for this project!
  8. Cricut will cut the image out – for the free SVG below, each character head will cut out individually!
  9. Peel your Cricut mat away from your transfer sheet to avoid creating a curl or bend in your transfer paper
  10. Peel each character head off the attached backing. The iron on material will feel very thin.
  11. Arrange your images on your shirt at your own desired spacing
  12. Place parchment paper on top of your design
  13. Iron design onto your shirt with your Cricut Easy Press (or other heat press) set to 340F and for 30 seconds. Apply medium pressure.
  14. Peel away the parchment paper and flip your shirt to the back
  15. Press again at same temperature and timing with your heat press to ensure everything sticks really well!
  16. Enjoy your new project! Now go download your free SVG and do this awesome project with me!

You can also watch the video version of me making this project below if you want to see all the steps in action!

Download your Free Star Wars SVG!

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Cricut printable iron on tutorial and Free star wars SVG - from Where Faith Grows blog by Christian blogger and podcaster Laura Lambert
Cricut printable iron on tutorial and Free star wars SVG - from Where Faith Grows blog by Christian blogger and podcaster Laura Lambert
Cricut printable iron on tutorial and Free star wars SVG - from Where Faith Grows blog by Christian blogger and podcaster Laura Lambert