Heat transfer vinyl has come about as an answer to these earlier options and has opened limitless opportunities in creativity. What with the variety of available colors makes every garment a possible canvas for customized DIY projects for personal use or as any occasion gifts to friends and family.
Heat transfer vinyl makes it easy to transfer designs to different types of garments, such as t-shirts, jackets, caps, aprons, and even pillowcases and canvas tote bags. Not only that, because of the adhesion quality of HTV, designs can now be transferred not only to cotton materials but to other materials such as polycotton blend, polyester, even lycra and spandex materials too.
So no matter what kind of crafter you are, a beginner or a serious hobbyist, you can rely on heat transfer vinyl for that unique vibrant eye-catching one-of-a-kind personalized project.
It comes in different types, and each type provides you a unique visual experience making you want to try as many vinyl types to as many projects as you can.The chameleon HTV with its unique color-changing feature will make anyone look twice just to make sure that their eyes are not playing tricks on them. This vinyl will project two different colors when seen at different angles.
The flock HTV is perfect for projects with a textured or embossed look. Think suede-like texture on your garments and is an option to consider that is closest to the embroidered look and feel. This is perfect for t-shirts and other upper garments, like jackets.
Snow buffalo plaid HTV makes more festive, vibrant yuletide holiday designs for your unique one-of-a-kind Christmas gifts. The designs are akin to a Christmas gift wrapper design.
Glow in the dark HTV comes in luminous colors, best used to create fluorescent designs for shirts or tops. A great gift suggestion for a child’s nightshirt or a nighttime runner or cyclist.
The chameleon, flock, snow buffalo plaid, and glow-in-the-dark heat transfer types of vinyl are just some of the many types of HTV available. But regardless of type, more noteworthy is that these types of vinyl are easy to work with, with their easy-to-cut and easy-to-weed quality, minimizing tears and breakages. Use them with any heating implement (i.e. iron or heat press) and cutting machine (i.e. Silhouette or Cricut), you are good to go with your DIY project. Go a step further and combine layers of heat transfer vinyl colors to your projects. Indeed with heat transfer vinyl, you are only limited by your imagination. Don’t be afraid to experiment with designs and colors. Check out our available HTVs!