Do you have any tips or tricks for working with heat transfer vinyl?

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It all depends on the type of heat transfer vinyl being used. I’ve found that when working with incredibly small transfers, it saves you time to wiggle the vinyl as you weed the transfer and use the tips of your fingers to hold the vinyl down as you go. Also, when working with script fonts, weeding the inside of the letters and removing small parts first can help when removing bigger pieces to reveal your letters. I’ve seen some vinyl weeded inside an open and on heat press, making the removal of the excess vinyl easier. 

   —The Rhinestone World

Philip Troyer

Philip Troyer manages The Rhinestone World's storefront, Shirts & Stones, and has been with the company for nearly two years. He is responsible for and involved with all production and sales of Shirts and Stones. For more information, visit, call 941-755-1696, or email [email protected]   

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