Avery® Stretchable Fabric Transfers for Inkjet Printers 3302, 8-1/2" x 11", Pack of 5Product Number: 3302
Personalize stretchable sportswear, fashionwear and more with these Stretchable Fabric Transfers. Get free templates from avery.com to customize projects with designs and clip art or use your digital photos to T-shirts, sweatshirts, bags and more for any occasion. Unprinted iron-on transfer sheets feed easily through most inkjet printers.
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Things have changed and it shouldn't. Dark t-shirt transfer and dark fabric transfer are 2 different things. The dark fabric transfer is thicker, less vibrance of color(loss of deep, true colors...Read complete review
Things have changed and it shouldn't. Dark t-shirt transfer and dark fabric transfer are 2 different things. The dark fabric transfer is thicker, less vibrance of color(loss of deep, true colors especially), less SHINE, black is shallow/dull/not fully black. Instructions are misleading. Firm pressure ruins it which i finally learned over a 4 yr. period. After slowly running the iron w/it's own weight, barely put any extra weight for the 1st run, then with ONLY twice that amount of pressure for another, final run. The dark t-shirt transfers produce vivid, true colors with a solid black
Most Liked Negative Review
I like the dark transfer except that light colors (white, yellow) allow the T-shirt color to bleed through the transfer. I just did a red T-shirt with white bowling pins and now the...Read complete review
I like the dark transfer except that light colors (white, yellow) allow the T-shirt color to bleed through the transfer. I just did a red T-shirt with white bowling pins and now the pins are pink. Have had trouble with other designs doing the same thing, turning the whole transfer dark. The transfer is colorful and vibrant until ironed then the design just looks dark and dingy. Its very disappointing to put time into a design then having it look so bad on the shirt. I don't have any trouble with the light shirt iron-on transfer just the dark. I am open to any suggestions on how to keep the transfer looking colorful.
Reviewed by 179 customers
This review is from T-Shirt Transfers 6 ct. 3271:
Hard at first but if you can follow directions you can do this:)
This review is from T-Shirt Transfer 8938:
i love these transfers! They are so easy to use and change a commercial grocery tote into a personal tote for the kids! Just download the template , add your own desigh, print and iron on the item and it is personalized for your child in moments! they can be used on all sort of items, to change them into useful and personalized articles! Cover up the old info with your new and beautiful design!
I always look fo usable shirts at yard sales then change them into new by adding the new transfer coverup! thanks so much for the great ideas on your site!
This review is from T-Shirt Transfer 8938:
Don't be confused. This is not an "ink transfer" product. What happens when you iron the transfer is that an entire layer of thin film transfers to your shirt or other material. If there are any blank spots or cutouts in your transfer it will appear on your shirt as a shiny filmy sheen. The finished product is stiff and on about half of my transfers some of the borders begin to peel away from the material. I am very good at following instructions and didn't make any mistakes but I'm still having problems with edges and corners coming up. I round them off as Avery recommends, but still having trouble. I do not recommend this product to anyone unless you're just goofing around with kid's stuff.
This review is from Dark T-Shirt Transfers 3279:
I really enjoy making my own shirts for certain events and I used this product for the first time since I was using a dark camouflage tank top. The shirt turned out great. It was a little difficult peeling the product, but everything still turned out perfect. I washed the shirt before ironing the product on, but I haven't washed the shirt after crafting because I'm afraid the product will peel off.
This review is from Stretchable Fabric Transfers 3302:
I bought this product to make monthly onsies for friend. The first 7 turned out ok then all of the sudden then were ripping up in random places and even straight through the middle of the design. Even worse was When I did the washing and drying and the others that were ok, are now cracked and falling apart. I pretty much wanted to cry. $50 dollars worth of onsies now ruined! Never ever using this product again!