Shoo Fly Quilt Block Tee with Cricut Patterned Iron-On

Do you love quilting? Or maybe just lounging underneath a quilt? Either way, this Shoo Fly Quilt Block Tee is super fun! You can make it in just a few minutes using Cricut Patterned Iron-On. Choose the pattern and colors you love (there are over 25 designs, sold in coordinating sets of 3), and make your own shirt featuring this iconic quilt block!

Cricut sent me some of their new Patterned Iron-On to play with. I made this fun shirt in just a few minutes. But with a little more work, I was able to make an entire faux quilt top! Click over to check out the step-by-step video.

Simple DIY Quilt Block Tee

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To make this DIY Shoo Fly Quilt Block Tee, you’ll need:

Shirt
Cricut Patterned Iron-On
Your Cricut Machine (Maker or Explore series)
EasyPress
Cricut EasyPress Mat

supplies for patterned iron on quilt shirt

Use this Shoo Fly Design Space File to cut the Patterned Iron-On for your shirt. You can make the design smaller or larger (up to 11.5″).

Each pack comes with 3 coordinating designs, so there are lots of different designs to choose from. I just love the blue and white of this set!

designs in iron on sampler

Cut the Iron-On patterned-side down.

cut patterned iron on

Weed away the extra Iron-On, leaving the areas that you want to iron onto the shirt.

weed vinyl

Following the instructions at Cricut.com, use the EasyPress and EasyPress Mat to fuse the Patterned Iron-On to the shirt.

use EasyPress to fuse

Wait for the shirt to cool, then peel away the transfer plastic.

peel off transfer sheet

It is that easy to make a DIY Shoo Fly Quilt Block Tee! You could add this same design to a pillow, baby outfit, tote bag, and so much more! And if you want to see more fun quilt block designs, check out my No Sew Mini Quilt that is made entirely using Cricut Patterned Iron-On!

DIY Quilt Block Tee

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.

 

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