Stretchable Fabric Transfers

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Step-by-step instructions on how to design, print and iron your Stretchable Fabric Transfers. Now you can apply your own designs, text, or photos on stretchable synthetic or synthetic blend T-shirts, sweatshirts, tank tops, bags, and more. Works great on white cotton/poly blend and 100% polyester fabrics.

1. Design
2. Print
3. Trim
4. Surface Preparation
5. Iron Transfer onto Garment
6. Cool Down
7. Peel
8. Stretching
9. Wash Garment Before Wearing
10. Care and Maintenance


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2.8

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5.0

Awesome!

By Abuelita

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This review is from AVERY Stretchable Fabric Transfers:

This product is great! Had a blast putting funny, personalized sayings on little "onesies" from everyone in the family for my new grandbaby. These will surely be my daughter's favorite gifts at her shower tomorrow! I was very worried about using these transfers after reading so many negative reviews, but I followed the directions EXACTLY and they came out wonderful. No issues at all. Just make sure you trim the picture (or words) closely. I wasn't sure about that, but I did it anyway and am happy with the results.

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1.0

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By SAMommy

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This review is from AVERY Stretchable Fabric Transfers:

Like some others I wished that the instructions mentioned which side for the paper to print on. I know I guessed right, because my iron didn't get all messed up. You print on the textured white side and put your iron on the smooth pale greenish side. That said, I had a lot of trouble getting any transfer to my T-shirt. I guessed that the direction to use a hard surface with a pillowcase and specifically not an ironing board meant that pressure and compression were ans issue. After heating with the flat surface of the iron for 3 times as long as they say, I tried scraping the edge or the hot iron over the transfer paper backing. I got much more transfer, but since I had already tried to peel up the backing ... it came off with some of my picture still attached. I'm glad I have some other options for my project.

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1.0

Worst Purchase Ever

By Anjelito

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So I bought this new Transfer Stretch Paper and tried it out at home on a T-Shirt and didnt come out at all.I wouldnt recommend this to no one waste of money...

 
4.0

No major issues.Project turned out well.

By Melody

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This review is from AVERY Stretchable Fabric Transfers:

I have never used an iron on transfer through my printer before now. I am attending an 80's theme birthday party. Rather than spend $30 on a t-shirt, I made my own "Choose Life" (Wham! reference) white tank top (spandex/cotton mix). I was a tad confused as to which side to print on. I printed on the wrong side and made a minor mess trying to iron on the transfer. I left my iron hot and it cleaned up fine. I followed the directions making sure there were no wrinkles. I used my kitchen table and a cotton pillowcase. I used an entire sheet for the slogan and ironed (no steam cotton setting) for 3 &1/2 minutes. Slowly, I pulled off the paper sheet. The black text came out just fine. I stretched the shirt according to the instructions. I washed it inside out. I'll let you know later how it stands under the cold wash and low tumble dry cycles. Good product overall...no major issues.

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