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Free Grill Master SVG + Cricut Apron Idea

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Using this grill master SVG free, you can make an amazingly funny apron with your Cricut machine. Plus this Cricut Iron-On Grill Master Apron will be a perfect gift for you to make and give to your dad or any grill master in your life. Not only is it quick but it is also easy which is a combination you cannot pass up!

Using the methods in this easy-to-follow tutorial you will be able to make Christmas aprons, kitchen aprons and so much more!

apron made with cricut

Cricut Iron-On Grill Master Apron With Grill Tools SVG

This Cricut Iron-On Grill Master Apron makes a great gift for any occasion even as a Christmas gift. You can personalize it to make it a unique and cool gift for your dad or even as a gift for another holiday!

The Cricut Iron-On is the best way to go about making your Grill Master Apron. With the Iron-On, you simply have to design, cut, and iron! The steps are easy and the outcome is great!

apron made with cricut iron-on

Grilling is always a fun way to enjoy the nice weather! The kids can play in the backyard while you whip up dinner on the grill. So why not break out your Cricut Explore or Cricut maker and heat press and make your special grill master an apron.

If you or someone you know is going to grill, you may as well do it in style. You can wear this custom-made Grill Master apron to add to the experience. You can even personalize it a bit by adding names or nicknames.

grill master apron

How To Place Iron-On Vinyl On A Cricut Mat?

If you are unfamiliar with working with iron on it can seem a bit trickey. But it’s actually fairly easy.

  • First, sign up below to download the SVG for the Grill Master apron free.
  • In Cricut Design Space upload the image and resize it.
  • Make sure your machine is selected and click make it.
  • On the next page toggle the button to mirror your design. You are going to cut it backwards so that when you iron the svg on the apron it reads the correct way.
  • Place the vinyl shiny side down on your cutting mat.
  • Choose your material, load the machine and click go!

Thats it, now you have a fun apron idea using Cricut Everyday Iron on, and you can also grab more step by step instructions and grab the files below.

If you know the receiver’s favorite color, substitute the black grill master apron with their favorite color! This will make the apron even more unique to them and their taste.

Once you have designed what you will be putting on the apron, you simply cut and iron. You can do this project with both Cricut and silhouette, machine is about personal preference.

Why go out and spend money on a gift when you can make something special at home? The best gifts are made with your hands and a splash of love!

More Cricut Vinyl Projects.

Cricut Iron-On Grill Master Apron
Yield: 1

Cricut Iron-On Grill Master Apron

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 25 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $10

This Cricut Iron-On Grill Master Apron is going to be a great gift. You can personalize it to make it a unique and cool gift for your dad or even as a gift for another holiday!

Materials

  • Grill Master SVG file
  • Apron
  • Cricut Maker with Fine Point Blade
  • Patterned Iron On Vinyl, Rustic Lodge Lumberjack Sampler
  • Cricut Standard Grip Mat
  • Weeding Tool
  • EasyPress Mini
  • EasyPress Mat or Towel

Tools

  • Cricut Maker with Fine Point Blade
  • Cricut Standard Grip Mat
  • Weeding Tool
  • EasyPress Mini
  • EasyPress Mat

Instructions

Pre-Work:

  1. Prewash and dry the apron. Iron out all wrinkles and creases.

Preparing the Image:

  1. Open Cricut Design Space.
  2. Click on the “+” sign to start a new project, opening up a blank canvas.
  3. Click on the “Upload” button from the toolbar and browse your downloaded files to insert the “Grill Master” SVG file. The “Grill Master” image will appear on the canvas.
  4. Highlight the image and then click on the “Weld” button to secure all parts of the image together for cutting.
  5. Maintain the size (5” high x 3.5” wide) or adjust to fit your apron. To adjust the size, highlight the image, and click on the size box in the top toolbar. Change the measurement to suit your project accordingly.

Cutting the Iron-On Vinyl:

  1. Select “Make It” in the upper right corner to proceed with cutting.
  2. Click the “Mirror” toggle button to on. This is necessary for ALL iron-on vinyl cuts.
  3. Change the material size or maintain it as 12”x12”.
  4. Choose Patterned Iron-On Vinyl from the list of options in the drop-down menu.
  5. Place the Iron-On vinyl directly onto the standard grip Cricut mat with the SHINY SIDE DOWN.
  6. Following the instructions prompted on the screen, cut out the vinyl.

Preparing the Cut Image:

  1. Remove the Patterned Iron-On Vinyl from the mat.
  2. Cut around the image and put aside the leftover vinyl for another project.
  3. Using a weeding tool, peel away the excess vinyl leaving only the “Grill Master” image.

Applying the Image with the Cricut EasyPress Mini:

  1. Position the mat or a towel on a flat surface.
  2. Set the temperature and time on the machine following the chart for the type of vinyl and material being used or use this EasyPress Interactive Quick Reference Guide (https://home.cricut.com/easypress-heat-settings-guide).
  3. For a 100% Cotton apron and Patterned Iron-On Vinyl, set the EasyPress Mini to medium heat.
  4. Determine where you will be placing the image and preheat the apron in that spot for 5 seconds. This will prep the fabric for the vinyl, removing all excess moisture as well as help to remove any creases and wrinkles from the fabric.
  5. Place the cut image on to the apron with the shiny side up.
  6. Temporarily hold the cut image in place with heat transfer tape.
  7. Press the image on to the apron for 25 seconds, constantly moving EasyPress Mini as you press.
  8. Turn the apron upside down and apply heat for another 15 seconds.
  9. After the vinyl cools, peel the plastic part of the vinyl off carefully and discard it.
  10. Make sure you do not place an iron or the EasyPress Mini directly over the vinyl without the protective plastic cover.

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