Once weeded, it is time to apply the design to your blanket. Please note that Infusible Ink needs a polyester surface to work. Place white cardstock on an EasyPress mat. Then put the corner of your blanket on the mat. Use a lint roller over the surface to remove any debris. You will want to smooth the blanket down all in one direction.
Put butcher paper over the blanket and heat with the EasyPress for 15 seconds or so. Remove the paper and EasyPress and allow it to cool completely.
Then place the Infusible Ink Design on the blanket in the proper location.
Put butcher paper over the design and press with the EasyPress. You can find times and temperatures in the Cricut Heat Guide. You can use the information for pressing on a tote since a blanket is not an option. I am using my largest EasyPress and needed to press twice to cover the entire design. I would recommend using the largest EasyPress you have.
Once pressing is complete, remove the butcher paper and allow it to cool enough that you can touch it.
Then remove the carrier sheet. For any pieces that remain on the blanket, use the tweezers to remove.
That is it! An Infusible Ink blanket is easy to make and will last a really long time.