Can't remember how long to press a specific type of HTV?
Not sure what order to stack your layers?
The HTV Cookbook guide can help, with step-by-step project recipes for over 100 different heat transfer vinyl projects. Each of these "recipes" show you exactly what to use, how long to press, how hot to press it, and how to take care of your HTV project for long lasting results.
By learning in small steps, you avoid the overwhelm that usually comes with trying to get control over something that is confusing and hard-to-remember.
And good news if you're eager to start NOW: this 142-page printable cookbook is instantly available to you as a digital download sent to your email. You can have it spiral bound at most office supply stores. Nothing will be shipped, meaning you don't have to pay shipping!
"The HTV Cookbook is a wonderful resource guide for all of your vinyl projects. The clear, concise text is easy to understand. The diagrams for stacking order included offer a quick, visual reference that I know I will be using time and time again. So handy for when I want to be sure I have everything in the right order to avoid wasting materials when crafting. Reading the " Tips & Tricks" for each material can help trouble shoot potential problems before they even occur. I love this book ! Jennifer has knocked it out of the park once again!" — Janine Downing
Does it Work for My Heat Press?
Yes! We've included times for the following types of heat presses and heat sources:
What Does the Cookbook Cover?
What if I'm Brand New to HTV Application?
You are in the right place. My HTV Cookbook covers the basic tools and ingredients to be successful with heat transfer vinyl, then walks you through SO MANY projects step-by-step. This is the perfect companion for a new crafter, as you can print it out to reference each time you want to apply any type of heat transfer vinyl to something.
What if I Already Know How to Apply HTV?
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So How Much Is It?