A Traveling T-shirt Customization Station!
We just got a Brother ScanNCut in our office and no one has any experience on this machine. I decided to give it a whirl since I’ve had a chance to use the Silhouette Cameo and Cricut Explore. I watched a few helpful videos I found on how to get started using the Scan N Cut. Once I found out that you don’t have to plug the Scan N Cut into a computer to make stuff, I started thinking, this would be perfect for on-the-go!
I’m safe to assume that many of you have been to a local sports event- i.e., Baseball, Football, Hockey, Volleyball, Basketball, etc. All the players have a jersey with a name and number on the back. What if you could customize shirts with names and numbers for people in the stands?! I’ll let you think about that for a second….
…..Ok, you should be good now. Let’s begin….
All you would need is an area to plug in your Brother Scan N Cut and a Heat Press or home iron, some blank shirts, and a table to set it all on.
Here is every step it takes to achieve your end result:
|Make sure you have your cut setting correct.|
For Siser EasyWeed:
The Blade will be set to: 2
The Pressure is set to: 1 or 2
The Speed is set to: 3
Perform a test cut to make sure your cut settings are correct
From start to finish, creating this shirt took me just under 3 minutes. Not bad at all!
Check out the Brother Scan N Cut today, it has so many great features!
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