Silhouette, Silhouette classes, Uncategorized

New Silhouette Class Released

Come join me in learning about your Silhouette software and cutting HTV to create a knock out design. We will use several tools in the Silhouette Studio software to create this design.

Check out the full class HERE.

This is a step-by-step class from creating the knockout design, cutting patterned & solid HTV, pressing 2 layers of HTV, and bonus design tips for alternate designs ideas.

Class Supplies list

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– Silhouette machine – any model will work
– Silhouette blade
– Silhouette cutting mat
Sparkleberry patterned HTV or pattern/color of your choice
Use code SILSECRETS to save 10% at Sparkleberry Ink
Heat Transfer Mask for patterned HTV (required if using Sparkleberry patterns or other types of patterned HTV without a carrier sheet)
*Note: patterned HTV and glitter HTV require 2 different masks – glitter requires a High Tack mask in case you decide to go with that
Siser Easyweed HTV solid
– Blank to put the design on – I am using a T-shirt
– Weeding tool – EK Tools Reverse Tweezers are my tool
Vinyl Squeegee
– Heat Press – I am using a Craft Pro 15″ x 15″ heat press from Heat Press Nation
Teflon Sheet or Parchment Paper
Paper trimmer (optional – but handy)
T-shirt Ruler Placement Guide – (optional)
Heat Press Pads or Pillows – (optional) this helps with the seams on a blank if it cannot be placed off the press area

Find all the class details HERE on my Teachable site.

Find all of my Silhouette classes on the Teachable site HERE.

I would love to see what you are creating with your Silhouette software or machines!
Or if you have any questions, feel free to post photos or questions on my Facebook group at 
Silhouette Secrets with EllyMae.

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Enjoy !

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