3/31 | How To Use SportFlex Iron-On

Today we’re teaching you exactly how to use Sportflex Iron-on. This material is perfect to use on any stretch material. We’ve found great success using dry fit t-shirts and workout pants! I love how Cricut is always helping us expand our uses for their machines. One of my favorite things about the new Sportflex Iron-on is how easy it is to weed your excess vinyl. Being able to iron-on these sporty materials is a game changer! Leave a comment and let me know what you’re going to use SportFlex Iron-on for.


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Supplies: 
SportFlex Iron-On
Cricut EasyPress
Cricut Mat
Cricut Maker
Dry Fit t-shirt
Weeding tool
Workout pants
Parchment Paper


Step 1: Click the link below and open this project in Design Space. Once sized to your liking click “make it” be sure to mirror your image and select Sportflex Iron-On as your material.

Step 2: Apply your Sportflex Iron-on shiny side down on your mat.

Step 3: Load It into your Cricut Maker and press GO!

Step 4: Unload your mat and weed your Sportflex Iron-on. I love how easy it is to weed.

Step 5: Preheat the EasyPress to 305 degrees. Place your shirt on a folded press cloth and preheat your shirt for 10 seconds with the EasyPress.

Step 6: Place your weeded iron-on to the shirt then place a piece of parchment paper On top of the Iron-On. Heat each part of your shirt with even pressure for 30 seconds.

Step 7: Let cool a little bit while it is still a little warm. Then remove the transfer sheet.

What did you all think of this Sportflex Iron-on? I am so excited to see what else we can use this material for. Be sure to follow us over on Youtube for more DIYs with Cricut. 

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.