It’s Fine T-shirt DIY Tutorial

Make your own “It’s fine” t-shirt using the Cricut Infusible Ink onto one of their new grey t-shirt blanks. Shirt made in less than 10 minutes!

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It’s Fine T-shirt

Over the last 6 months I have found myself saying “It’s fine” “I’m fine” or “Everything’s fine” way more than any other time of my life. Some days it felt like I was trying to convince myself of it, but other other times I was just reassuring others that it really was fine!

I’m not sure any other saying is more fitting for 2020 than “It’s fine, I’m fine, everything’s fine”!

So of course, I had to make a shirt with it on the front!

Supplies:

You can access the images/template for the shirt in Cricut Design Space.

Cut the image out of the infusible ink sheet. Make sure to mirror the image before cutting.

Weed the excess ink from the transfer sheet. I love weeding infusible ink sheets because they are so solid and easy to remove!

To find the center of the shirt, I like to fold the shirt in half, matching the two armpit seams and then do a quick iron down the seam, creating a line for me to follow.

Now lay your infusible ink with the ink side down onto the shirt. Once you start ironing it, you DO NOT want it to move at all. If you are worried about it, use some heat resistant tape.

Iron it on to your shirt according to the heat guide. This will tell you the temperature and amount of time to iron.

Now it’s time for my favorite part….removing the ink backing to reveal the beautiful ink being transferred!!!

If you could make a shirt with a common saying on it, what would it say?

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It’s Fine T-shirt

Make your own “It’s fine” t-shirt using the Cricut Infusible Ink onto one of their new grey t-shirt blanks. Shirt made in less than 10 minutes!
Keyword: Craft, Cricut, fashion, shirt

Equipment

  • It’s Fine image
  • Infusible Ink Sheet (Pattern of your choice, I did Retro Ombre)
  • Cricut Blank Shirt (Infusible Ink Blank)
  • Cricut Cutting Machine
  • Easy Press Iron
  • Easy Press Mat

Instructions

  • You can access the images/template for the shirt in Cricut Design Space.
  • Cut the image out of the infusible ink sheet. Make sure to mirror the image before cutting.
  • Weed the excess ink from the transfer sheet. I love weeding infusible ink sheets because they are so solid and easy to remove!
  • To find the center of the shirt, I like to fold the shirt in half, matching the two armpit seams and then do a quick iron down the seam, creating a line for me to follow.
  • Now lay your infusible ink with the ink side down onto the shirt. Once you start ironing it, you DO NOT want it to move at all. If you are worried about it, use some heat resistant tape.
  • Iron it on to your shirt according to the heat guide. This will tell you the temperature and amount of time to iron.
  • Now it’s time for my favorite part….removing the ink backing to reveal the beautiful ink being transferred!!!
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Comments

  1. Ok, I totally need this shirt. This is awesome. And so funny. And so 2020. Thanks for sharing.

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