Let’s Eat Potholder

Vinyl

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Use this let’s eat potholder for your next summer bbq! Download this free svg and put it on potholders, tea towels, aprons and more!

Black potholder with a grilling plate, grill utensils and a banner with the words let's eat on them. The potholder is sitting on a grill pan and cutting board.

It’s time for another free svg cut file roundup with all of my creative friends and this month is perfect for foodies. These summer bbq files are all perfect for those afternoon bbq’s with family and friends. And they can be used on potholders, aprons, wood signs and more!

I love our file on a potholder but it would also look really cool on a cutting board (using a laser to cut the design – you cannot put food on top of vinyl because it’s toxic!). It also works on a tea towel and apron!

Let’s Eat SVG

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    Materials

    Everything you need to make this Let’s Eat Potholder:

    SVG cut file with a grilling plate, grill utensils and a banner with the words let's eat on them.

    FAQ’S ABOUT USING THIS LET’S EAT POTHOLDER SVG

    What type of heat transfer vinyl can you use on a potholder?

    I love Siser Easyweed Heat Transfer Vinyl for most of my heat transfer vinyl projects. Stretch htv would be a good idea just because you can put your hand in the potholder and might stretch it a bit!

    How long do you press each layer for a multi-colored design?

    With the CraftPro Heat Press I heated it up to 315 and pressed each layer for 10 seconds.

    It’s a bit of trial and error depending on what type of heat press you’re using. The best thing to do is to try to press for 5 seconds and then see if your vinyl has adhered to your shirt by lifting up the transfer sheet. If your vinyl design comes up with the transfer sheet then you need to press for a little bit longer.

    Keep doing this until you find the amount of time that works for you!

    Once you have every layer adhered onto your shirt, do one final press for the full amount of time (mine was 20 seconds).

    Do you need to use a pressing pillow with a potholder?

    Yes! You’ll need a small one to put in the pocket so that you get an even press. I love these from HeatPress Nation because they come in so many different sizes!

    Black potholder with a grilling plate, grill utensils and a banner with the words let's eat on them. The potholder is sitting on a grill pan and cutting board.

    GRAB 17 FREE BBQ CUT FILES!

    Every month I team up with a group of amazingly talented crafters to bring you a bundle of free svg cut files! This month’s theme was summer bbq’s and there 17 free files for you to use! Download all of these awesome files by visiting the blog posts (links are underneath the image). All svg cut files are free to use for personal use only and don’t forget to tag us on Instagram (#svgdesignsquad) if you make one of our projects and share it!

    more heat transfer vinyl crafts to make!

    Let's Eat Potholder

    Let's Eat Potholder

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    Use this let’s eat potholder for your next summer bbq! Download this free svg and put it on potholders, tea towels, aprons and more!

    Instructions

    1. Open the SVG file in the Silhouette Software.
    2. Cut by color then weed them.
    3. Turn on your heat press and heat it up.
    4. Grab your potholder and put a small pressing pillow inside the pocket.
    5. Put the bottom layer of your design on the potholder, then press it for 5-10 seconds. Pull up the carrier sheet, if the vinyl design stays on the potholder, add the next layer and press again.
    6. Repeat step 5 until all layers of your design are on the potholder.
    7. Do a final press for 20 seconds, then you're done!

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