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Old 06-17-2010, 05:58
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Default Silhouette and Cricut

So I was wondering if any of you ladies have tried using the heat transfer for the Silhouette with your Cricut??? I'm very intrigued.
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Old 06-18-2010, 11:41
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Default Re: Silhouette and Cricut

I have a cricut but haven't used it yet but I need too! what is this heat transfer thingy you speak of? Do you have a tute or link for it? Now, I wanna know too!
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Old 06-18-2010, 11:53
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I have the Silhouette and the heat transfer - I don't think it works that well. Either my iron doesn't get hot enough, or the stuff is junk. The Silhouette is wonderful, it's just the heat transfer that I can't get to stay on the fabric. It says to hold your iron over it for 45-60 sec., which I do - but then you go to peel the plastic topper off (after it's cooled of course) and it all pulls back off, or half of it, but I've never gotten it all to stick in one try... I wanted to make onsies and t-shirts with it and bought a TON, but I'm not happy with the product.
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Old 06-19-2010, 06:07
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I have a cricut but haven't used it yet but I need too! what is this heat transfer thingy you speak of? Do you have a tute or link for it? Now, I wanna know too!
Replying from my phone so no link. Google silhouette SD if You haven't already! It seems to be somewhat like a cricut but with no cartridges. In fact it's the biggest difference they point out. They obviously don't know about Sure Cuts A lot! The heat transfer is an iron on for clothes etc. I wasn't sure if this would be any different than buying the cotton heat transfers from Walmart.
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