One of my favorite things to do with my ScanNCut is to make custom t-shirts. It’s quick and easy and they make great gifts.
As you may know, Heat Transfer Vinyl (HTV) is a breeze to cut with the ScanNCut (especially with the Vinyl Auto Blade). However there is one part of the process that I have messed up a few times, much to my chagrin. And the worst part of this mistake is that it really makes the whole project look bad. So here’s my true confession: I don’t always get the sizing and placement of my designs right. But the good news is that I’ve found a great solution and I’m excited to share it with you today.
Watch the video for more:
As you can see from the video, making the sizing/placement guides is fairly straight forward.
If you take one skill away from this video tutorial – regardless of whether or not you’re going to do this project – I hope it’s how to switch objects from “cut” to “draw” in CanvasWorkspace for Mac. This is a useful skill for many projects.
So, the next time you're wondering what size to make your custom design...
P.S. I am a paid spokesperson for the Brother ScanNCut. It is a machine that I love and use. All projects and opinions are my own. ScanNCut Club is not affiliated with Brother in any way.