Download our free embroidery patterns to create handmade gifts, home decor, clothing, and more! Print these files on our Vanishing Fabric Transfers to easily apply the design to your fabric for stitching. Follow the tips below to get started!
Are you working on a project that involves fabric transfers? If you take a look around, you will notice there are a few different types of fabric transfers to choose from. Some common types include heat transfer vinyl, sublimation transfers, and iron-on transfer paper (like ours). Understanding the differences between these types of transfers and the process for applying them will help you achieve the results you are looking for in your finished project! Below we’ve listed some of the key differences and features so you can choose the one that best fits your needs.
What are you going to be for Halloween this year? With a pack of Fabric Transfers and a little imagination, you can create some awesome DIY Halloween costumes for the whole family! Take a look at some great ideas that inspired us!
PrintWorks Fabric Transfers are perfect for creating customized clothing, accessories, gifts, and more! And they really only require a few simple tools like a printer, an iron, and a pair of scissors. But did you know our Fabric Transfers are also compatible with smart cutting machines? This is perfect for designs that have a more complex shape, or if you are creating multiples and want to save time instead of cutting each by hand. Read below and watch our video to learn how you can use our transfers in your smart cutting machine.
Here at PrintWorks we like to keep up with the latest trends in the crafting world. Recently we’ve noticed that hand embroidery is making a comeback and getting a modern twist! Check out some fun ideas we found around the internet, and learn how our Vanishing Fabric Transfers can help you get started if you want to get in on the trend!
You may have noticed that our Fabric Transfers are designated as “light” or “dark”. It is important to pay attention to this, because the process of these two transfers is quite different. In this post we will show you the main differences so you can pick the best transfer for your project.