Last Updated on September 6, 2022
Looking to take your heat transfer vinyl projects to the next level? You can now find patterned HTV and ready to iron-on designs that will totally change what you can do with your iron-on projects. Check out these projects for inspiration!
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Just when I thought the world of possibilities with heat transfer vinyl (HTV) couldn't get any bigger or better, Cricut released it's brand new patterned HTV and ready-made iron-on designs. It's amazing stuff! As a lover of color and pattern, I had always wished for patterned vinyl, and I even came up with a way to kind of fake it by making my own patterned letters to mix in with regular adhesive vinyl when I made this huge wall quote for one of my daughters.
But there has never been a way to add lots of pattern to heat transfer vinyl projects until now. Sure, you could layer your designs (like I did with these DIY personalized koozies), but you couldn't get the same level of detail as a true pattern. Well folks, all of that has changed. And today I'm rounding up my 9 favorite patterned HTV and iron-on designs that I have seen so far. Don't worry, I'll be showing you a few of my own patterned HTV projects in the very near future :) But for now, start getting inspired with these awesome projects!
9 Patterned HTV and Iron-on Designs Projects to Inspire You
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