7/31 | How To Layer Iron-On – DIY Cricut Sweatshirt

It’s no secret that I love sweatshirts. I wear them all year if I can. They’re so comfortable and I love how your sweatshirt can reflect your style and mood. I have so many sweatshirts but I wanted to DIY some of my own to really make them unique. This amazing website full of hundreds of cut files for your die cutting machine called Makers Gonna Learn is my go to! They just released a new collection designed for apparel! I was so excited to see all of the designs and they did not disappoint. Today I’m going to show you How To Layer Iron-On – DIY Cricut Sweatshirt made from one of their files and I think it turned out great. It’s a great teen craft, DIY gift idea, or DIY fashion project. I can’t wait to show you how we created this. I used my favorite Iron-On of all time, black glitter! I hope you enjoy this Cricut Project!

  • Cricut Maker
  • Cricut EasyPress
  • Cricut EasyPress Mat
  • Black Glitter Iron-On
  • Purple Foil Iron-On
  • Weeding Tool Set
  • Plain Gray Crewneck Sweatshirt

  1. Measure your sweatshirt and size the cut file in design space to fit well onto your sweatshirt.
  2. Once you’ve sized it let the Cricut do the work and cut your designs.
  3. Once everything’s cut unload your Cricut, weed the designs, and Preheat the EasyPress.
  4. Lay the sweatshirt onto your EasyPress Mat and position the design where you want them to go. Since this is a multi-layered project you’ll have to heat the different colors separately.
  5. Heat the black iron on then remove the transfer sheet. Position the foil Iron-On where you want it, reapply the transfer sheet over the black Iron-On, and heat until adhered.
  6. Remove both transfer sheets and enjoy your great sweatshirt!