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Applying Flocked Heat Transfer Vinyl

Now you can make this hello winter shirt for anyone in a few simple steps.
10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Author Angie Holden

What You Will Need

  • Weeding tools
  • Cut flocked HTV design
  • EasyPress (or iron or heat press)
  • EasyPress Mat (or folded towel)


  • Start with the piece that you cut on your Cricut machine above. You will want to weed away all of the excess around the outside as well as the centers of any letters.
    weeding flocked heat transfer vinyl
  • This material weeds the same as regular HTV. One thing to note is that some of the fuzz will stay on the sticky portion of the liner. So, the liner will not be as sticky once you have your design weeded.
    weeded heat transfer vinyl that is flocked
  • Use your EasyPress to heat your shirt slightly to get rid of any moisture. Then add your design in location. Press on top of an EasyPress mat or folded towel.
    hello winter svg cut from htv
  • Then press according to the time and temperature for the brand of flocked HTV you are using. Once you are done pressing, remove the liner. NOTE: The brand that I am using requires that you wait a few minutes before peeling.
    using easypress to apply htv to a shirt