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PLN 27.99 - PLN 6,774.00

PLN 27.99

PLN 6,774.00

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portrait-4-miniaturka

Silhouette Portrait 4

silh-cameo-5-wht-4t_01-xl

Silhouette Cameo 5

cameo5_plus_front-desktop

Silhouette Cameo 5 Plus

silh-curio-2-4t_01-xl

Silhouette Curio 2

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Silhouette Portrait 3

silhouette-cameo-4-plus

Silhouette Cameo 4

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There are many different techniques of decorating fabrics that allow you to personalize and add a unique character to clothes, decorative items or accessories. Three popular methods are sublimation, flex foils and infusible ink Cricut.

  • Sublimation is a process in which special dyes pass from the solid phase directly into the gaseous phase, penetrating the structure of the fabric. The effect of heat and pressure causes sublimation dyes to combine with the fibers of the fabric, creating permanent, full-color and fade-resistant patterns. This technique is particularly popular in printing on sportswear, t-shirts and advertising gadgets.
  • Heat transfer vinyl (HTV) are thin, flexible vinyl that can be cut to the desired shape using a plotter and then transferred to the fabric using a thermal press. These foils are available in a variety of colors and even metallic and glitter variants. Decorations made with flex vinyl have a durable finish and are resistant to abrasion. This method is popular in the personalization of clothing, T-shirts, hats and backpacks.
  • Infusible Ink Cricut is a technology developed specifically for Cricut users. Infusible Ink is a type of ink that changes into a gas phase under the influence of high temperature, penetrating into the fibers of the fabric. The effect is permanent and imperceptible to the touch, because the infusible ink becomes part of the fabric itself. This method enables precise and full-color patterns on clothes, pillows, bags and other textiles.

All of these fabric decorating techniques offer unlimited possibilities for creative expression and unique designs. Choosing the right method depends on your artistic preferences, the type of fabric you want to work on, and the expected end result. Regardless of the technique you choose, fabric decorating is a great way to create personalized items and express your style.

Made by: Michał Desol