Customize a plain shirt using iron on vinyl! You can make all sorts of designs for custom projects and family vacation tees when you learn to use Cricut iron on vinyl on a shirt!
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Lately I’ve been writing more basic Cricut tutorials—things that beginners need to know to make the most of their machine right out of the box. Today we’re talking t-shirts. Whether you want to make a one-off shirt for an event or a dozen different shirts for a family trip to a theme park, you’ll want to follow the tips and tricks in this post to get the best results.I’ve been crafting with my gorgeous Wild Rose Cricut Explore Air 2, which is exclusively found at JOANN. This is part of my series talking about why I’m a #fearless crafter, but this tutorial also applies to making shirts with the Cricut Maker!