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Make one of these exciting Cricut Infusible Ink projects. Using a Cricut Infusible Ink transfer sheet makes the colors and designing so fun!
I really enjoy incorporating Cricut infusible ink tranfser sheets in my crafting and sewing. I love that infusible ink doesn’t sit on the fabric, but it sinks down in the fabric. It does have to be used with polyester fabric, but it creates the most professional looking projects.
I’ve put a list together of the infusible ink projects that I have done, and some great ones from around the web. Some of my projects answer the questions about infusible ink so stop there if you want to learn more before starting!
What is inFusible Ink?
Infusible ink is ink that is transferred by heat. It’s essentially sublimation, but it’s now accessible to hobby crafters. When infusible ink is transferred the ink is infused into the item.
Infusible ink can be purchased as an infusible ink transfer sheet and as infusible ink pens. The colors of the infusible ink transfer sheet look pale before being heated, but they are very bright once heated and transferred.
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If you make something using this pattern, I’d love to see! Please share it on social media with the hashtag #heatherhandmade and tag me!