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FLOCK (Fabric Feel) Heat Transfer Vinyl Sheets TeckwrapCraft HTV..NEW

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FLOCK Heat Transfer Vinyl Sheets-

Flock-Silky type of HTV

Instructions below- Only a Guide- a Test cut and test application is always recommended if using for the first time.

10" x 12"  sheet in a range of colours


Example photos taken from Google search

Have you ever used a textured heat transfer vinyl material before? It is a super simple way to give your designs a little something extra - and we all love a little something extra! Our flock HTV, which is a textured iron on material, is no exception. It is incredibly soft, touchably fuzzy and it is actually much thinner than you would think. Add it to a shirt and you’ll see how good it feels and how hard it is to stop running your fingers over it all day - not in a weird way, of course!😂 It is just so soft!


Do you have a project that has a lot of layers to line up? I suggest incorporating flock into the design. It has very minimal - if any shrinkage - when it gets heated up a lot so you don’t have to stress about gaps in your designs. I like to use it as my base and then add my other materials to it. You can layer it with more flock, or with other iron-on materials that can be layered like matte, glitter & patterned. 

If you’re ready to give the flock a try, be sure you mirror your design on your cutter’s software and that you place the material with the shiny (carrier sheet) side down on your mat. If this is the first time using flock, you should do a test cut but we recommend using the same cut setting you use for matte heat transfer vinyl. 

Align your design on your garment of choice and get ready to press. The carrier sheet for the flock is not very sticky once you weed out the pieces you do not need so, you can keep it in place with heat-safe tape if you’re worried about any slippage when pressing. 

How to Apply Flock HTV with a Heat Press 

  1. Set your heat press between 150 & 160 Degrees Celsius
  2. Place your design where you want it, and cover it with a Teflon sheet or a piece of parchment paper.
  3. Press your design for 10 seconds. 
  4. Allow the design to cool completely before you remove the carrier sheet. 
  5. Reveal your soft & fuzzy design! 
  6. Note- If you have a design with multiple pieces or layers, press your first layers for just a few seconds. Do a full press for 10 seconds on the last layer.


How to Apply Flock HTV with an Iron

  1. Turn your home iron to the hottest setting - that is usually the cotton setting. Make sure you DO NOT USE STEAM!
  2. Center your design on your garment and cover it with a Teflon sheet or a piece of parchment paper. 
  3. Use firm pressure and iron your design for 20 seconds. If the design is bigger than the iron, iron the design in sections for 15-20 seconds to adhere the entire design. Try not to slide the iron back and forth, use it more like a press. 
  4. Allow your design to cool completely before removing the carrier sheet. 
  5. Reveal your finished design!

Flock is a super fun material, and with one use you’ll see why I always keep it my craft supplies. If you have any questions about flock, or any of our other products, join our iCraft Vinyl group to hear from our customers, get inspiration and to stay updated on our daily sales.