It’s super fun to wear red, white and blue for patriotic holidays but what’s even better is when you have something to wear and you are Red, White and CUTE! This cute patriotic SVG file will complete your patriotic attire!
Red White & Cute T-shirts
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I love things that have a fun play on words! Including this Red, Wine & Blue wine glass decal I made! I put it on a plastic wine tumbler so I could take it to the pool!
This Red, White & Cute cut file is perfect for t-shirts and baby bodysuits! I made each of my little guys one as well as my baby nephew to wear to our family 4th of July celebration last year! They looked so cute!
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Red White & Cute T-Shirt Supplies:
- Cricut or Silhouette or xTool M1 (using blade function)
- Your favorite Blank T-shirt (find mine here)
- Iron on in your choice of color(s)
- Weeding tool
- Cricut EasyPress 2 with Mat
I cut my files using my Cricut Explore Air 2. You can also use a Maker or a Joy!
Since I was doing kid’s shirts, I used my 9×9 EasyPress 2 for my boys’ shirts and I used the 6×7 EasyPress 2 for my nephew’s baby bodysuit.
Click to read more on the EasyPress 2 and why it’s so awesome for iron-on application.
Helpful Tutorials for Making an Iron-on T-Shirt
- How to Upload an SVG into Cricut Design Space
- How to Upload an SVG into Silhouette Studio
- Upload Files to xTool Creative Space
- Iron on/Heat Transfer Vinyl Basics
- How to cut Iron-on with a Cricut
- Cut Iron-on with a Silhouette
- How to Correctly Apply Iron-on
- How to Layer Iron on Correctly
- All about the EasyPress 2
Find more tutorials and Iron-on Projects on my Iron-on Page
Tips for Patriotic T-shirt with Several Layers of Iron-on
If you are making multiple shirts, check out this tutorial on combining your mats in Design Space to save material!
You can see in the photo above that my red and white are normal matte iron-on however that blue…that blue is an awesome blue metallic!
You will want to consult the Interactive Heat Guide to determine the temperature and time you press your layers. Everyday and Metallic are both 315F for 30 seconds so here is how I will press my shirt:
I will layer all three layers on top of one another to get positioning.
Next, I will remove the top 2 layers and press the bottom for a shorter time span, say 10 seconds. It will not be permanently set yet but will get 2 more presses since it is the first layer.
Repeat with the 2nd layer, only pressing for 10 or so seconds.
Lastly. add the final layer. and press for the whole 30 seconds. Use a piece of parchment paper or the full carrier sheet to cover any already pressed areas before you press the next!
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