These yoga shirts are so simple and turned out so cute. All you need is Cricut SportFlex Iron On™ and your favorite workout shirt!
I am so stoked to be sharing this tutorial with you today. I have discovered a Cricut product that has been a game changer to my iron on tee shirt game! (And I do a lot of iron on tee shirts!) The iron is called SportFlex Iron On™ and is so perfect for a project like this or any other stretchy material such as baby onesies or swim suits!
What you need for your DIY Yoga Shirts
- SportFlex Iron On™
- Yoga Shirts
- EasyPress Mat
- Standard Grip Mat
- Yoga T Shirts
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Use this file here or create your own! It was so simple. I used Design Space exclusively to create this so you can too!
Cut your file using your Cricut! Do not forget to ‘Mirror for Iron on’! and lay your iron on shiny side down. Such easy mistakes to make that can totally ruin your day!
Now you will weed the iron on. This iron on is very strong and stretchy so you will probably want your weeder to help.
Now you will iron it on or use your EasyPress! When pulling the plastic off, take your time. You may run into problems if you get antsy! I got a little too excited and ruined two different letters. I will be putting a post together soon showing you how to fix these but the easiest fix is to just take your time!
Now get ready to go do yoga or whatever else you want to do in your darling athleisure tank!! This iron on is my new favorite because it features Cricut StrongBond™ for a guaranteed bond. Perfect for most fabrics we wear everyday, and especially great for exercise and baby and toddler clothing!
And just for funsies so you can see what most of these pictures actually looked like: Enjoy this one!! (Thank you to my two sweet friends for showing these off with me!!)
Maybe you actually AREN’T into yoga but want to utilize your tanks for cardio on an incline treadmill!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.