Transfer designs from your electronic cutting machine to ceramic, glass, metal, fabric, and many more surfaces.
- We R Memory Keepers Transfer Quill - All in One Kit
- 1 x We R Memory Keepers Transfer Quill- All in One Kit includes
- 12 transfer pen
- 4 adaptors for Silhouette, brother Cricut, and Sizzix
- 4 oz Sublimation Coating
- 1 silicone Wrap
- 2 silicone Zip – Ties
- 1 Roll heat Resistant Tape
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Tips For Transfer Quill
Here are my tips:
- For good solid colour to transfer, colour over your design a couple of times. I got the best results when I would colour in the opposite direction of the way I coloured it before.
- On mugs, make sure your wrap is pulled as tight as possible around the mug
- Also on mugs, make sure you use the tape all the way around your paper
- On mugs, when you take it out of the oven, don't take off the transfer or the wrap until it is completely cooled. You can put it in the fridge to cool it faster.
- When using the heat press, make sure that what you are ironing on or transferring, will fit under the press. Meaning if you have a larger design, you may have to cut it up and iron it on in "parts" so that you get a nice even transfer
- Remember to mirror your images
When heat pressing, it's very important that the tape doesn't overlap the image. The tape is heat resistant so it will block the heat from that portion of the design. I've found this to be especially important on ornaments.
When creating the ornaments, it works best to press for 60 seconds with pressure.
When colouring, little circular motions like Carrie mentioned, work well. Also, it is possible to over-colour. Some of the markers will get streaky and seem to pull off colour after a bit.
When using the Silhouette or Cricut, I think it's best to make sure the marker barely touches the paper. I ruined the tips of a few markers because the pressure was too high. Then I was unable to get a thinner line, which is important for more detailed images.
I found that you can even print something off and just colour it in right on that paper, no cutting machine required. Stencils would also be great.
Make sure that the heat transfer tape doesn't touch your image to ensure even transfer. That's why we were getting blurring around the edges on the ornaments. Also, we increased the time to 60 seconds and added pressure. Just for the ornaments.