Dual Heat-N-Bond {Cricut Cut} Onesie

One of my first post on Sew Woodsy was about cutting fabric with the cricut and using Heat-N-Bond to adhere the fabric to clothing. I got a new cartridge recently, and was working on some baby gifts and made my first ever layered heat-n-bond fabric project. I love how the additional color brings out the rest of the cut phrase and image. 

If your interested in doing a dual-layered cut out using heat-n-bond you’ll want to adhere the first layer onto the clothing, and once the surface has cooled, carefully place the second layer of fabric on to the surface where you’d like to adhere it too. Follow the directions of the heat-n-bond, and voila! You’ll have a dual-layer heat-n-bond cut out! 



  1. Lindsay says:

    Thank you so much for the Cricut tutorial for cutting fabric! I have been wondering how to do it for a while, and now I know! Thank you!

  2. Beth@Wiccan Make Some Too says:

    Wickedly adorable! Love it. Following your blog now.I would love for you to show this off at my Wickedly Crafty Saturdays! http://wiccanmakesometoo.blogspot.com/2011/07/wickedly-crafty-saturdays.html

  3. Beth@Wiccan Make Some Too says:

    Thanks for linking this up to my Wickedly Crafty Saturdays! Hope to see more from you this coming Saturday.

  4. Hi! I was trying to access your first post about cutting fabric on your cricut but your blog just says not found when I click the link. Is it posted somewhere else? Thanks!

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