So, I get a lot of questions on how to use the Cricut to make shirts. With Cricut design space, shirt design is a breeze. There are thousands of fonts and image designs and if you have Cricut access you have even more.
Equally as important. did you know there are literally over 90,000 images and fonts loaded into Cricut Design Space that you can use to build a design for a t-shirt with no design experience?
How To Make A TShirt With Cricut
It is, indeed, super simple to find ideas, images, and fonts by using the search features. You can also change the colors of some of the Cricut Images and resize them too.
Cricut Access allows you the ability to make the things you wouldn’t be able to naturally because, if you’re like me, you can’t draw.
The main things you need to learn is:
- Place the vinyl wrong side down on the cutting mat. This is generally the shiny side on heat transfer vinyl.
- The correct times and temps for your heat presses and Cricut EasyPress machines.
- The correct settings for the Cricut machine for everyday iron on and other types of vinyl.
- How to find the center of your shirts. (fold the shiert in half making sure to align the side seams and then press down the middle. Dont worry it doesnt effect your design)
Also, here are some other helpful tips. All weeding tools aren’t equal. That is to say, you have to find one that works for you.
By the end of this tutorial, I am confident you will be making custom t-shirts like a pro!
What is Cricut Access? – Is it Worth it and Do I Need it?
Absolutely! Especially if you are planning on turning your Cricut Making into a business. Cricut Access is what gives you the ability to use Cricut fonts and images.
So instead of buying new SVGs, things could be as simple as finding a design, uploading to your canvas, resizing, and cutting. And you can get it as of the date of this post for as low as $7.99 a month.
What Is Weeding?
Most important, using the Cricut Maker, or explore air cutting machines you can start a small business in no time, with little or no skill. My first Cricut was the little 6-inch one that I had to buy a cartridge for each design I wanted to use.
They have come a long way with the machines, new features, and Cricut Access. I hope the video helps you to make your first shirt.