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Avery Printable Fabric for Inkjet Printers, 8.5 x 11 Inches, Pack of 5 (03384)

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  • For use with an inkjet printer then just sew on or iron on with a household iron
  • Fabric is 100% cotton with a heat seal backing that bonds to fabric, cardboard, wood and other porous surfaces
  • Hand wash printable fabric with a mild detergent, if desired (see included instructions for full washing details)
  • Free templates are available from avery.com
  • Print personalized cotton fabric to customize tote bags, pillows and quilts
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameAvery
Item Weight5.8 ounces
Product Dimensions11.5 x 9.2 x 0.1 inches
Item model number03384
ColorClear
Number of Items1
Sheet Size8.5-x-11-inch
Manufacturer Part Number03384
  
Additional Information
ASINB0000C0CJZ
Best Sellers Rank #1,435 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 7, 2004
  
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Add an extra-special touch to quilts, pillows, tote bags, and other craft projects with Avery 3384 Personal Creations Printable Fabric. Simply use your favorite creative software to create a custom image or use a free template from avery.com to jump start your creativity. Then print onto this special fabric using a regular inkjet printer. Heat seal backings help this printable cotton bond with fabrics, cardboard, and other porous surfaces using only the help of a household iron. Alternatively, you can choose to stitch these 100-percent cotton panels into your latest project. Either way, you're assured to end up with a unique, professional-looking finished product that can be hand-washed using mild detergents.

What's in the Box
5 sheets of 8-1/2 x 11-inch printable fabric

Product Description

Add an extra-special touch to quilts, pillows, tote bags, and other craft projects with Avery 3384 Personal Creations Printable Fabric. Simply use your favorite creative software to create a custom image or use a free template from avery com to jump start your creativity. Then print onto this special fabric using a regular inkjet printer. Heat seal backings help this printable cotton bond with fabrics, cardboard, and other porous surfaces using only the help of a household iron. Alternatively, you can choose to stitch these 100-percent cotton panels into your latest project. Either way, you're assured to end up with a unique, professional-looking finished product that can be hand-washed using mild detergents. What's in the Box 5 sheets of 8-1/2 x 11-inch printable fabric

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Customer Reviews

It has a very nice weight to it and was easy to work with.
Vascular Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome
I could picture using this on other items like a canvas apron, a canvas storage cube, or the insert says album covers, pillows, quilts, etc.
Kellie
It did look very much like a fine-grained canvas; one wouldn't think "t-shirt material".
K. E. Grames

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

115 of 116 people found the following review helpful By S. L. Smith TOP 500 REVIEWER on January 27, 2011
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Printable fabric sheets have been around for years, but improvements are being made every year. (There are STILL some really bad ones out there ...) Given the brand name recognition (Avery) and having had less than great results from similar products (I name only one below), I HAD to check out Avery Personal Creations Printable Fabric.

First Impressions:

1) The Product Itself: It is the stiffest fabric paper I have ever used. Instantly, I realized this could be both a huge plus and a big negative; this product is best suited for certain crafts (totes, framed pieces, scrapbooking, anything else where rigid is a good thing) and not for others (wearables, quilts, pillows)

2) The Image: For me, the single most important quality about printable fabric is the image reproduction. (Everything else I can work around, like fraying or thinness.) Granted, results can vary hugely, depending on your printer and the specific printer settings. When I used the "automatic" option for paper type and used the "best" quality option for printing, the end result using this Avery Printable Fabric was hands-down the very best I have ever seen.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Kellie VINE VOICE on December 3, 2010
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I love being able to do different craft items with my kids and when I saw this product, it seemed like it had interesting potential. I had used printable iron-on transfers before, and while they were fine for limited use, they just did not have the look I would want for some item, like a tote bag or apron.

This package is 5 sheets of printable cotton backed with heat seal fabric. The packaging says that you can sew this on also, but since I used the whole sheet at once, I didn't see that happening. I decided to try the transfer on a canvas tote bag. I made my photo full-sized, did a draft quality test print on paper, and decided that it looked good. I then printed the picture onto the transfer at a higher quality set at normal paper setting. When it came off of the printer, I was surprised at how nice my picture printed. It had the look of a canvas painting, giving it a little bit of softness and texture without sacrificing the sharpness of the photo. I was very happy. I let the page sit overnight because the directions were not clear about how long the drying time should be, though it did not appear that it would smudge, even fresh from the printer. When I was ready to apply the transfer, I trimmed the little bit of the edge that was not printed on with a scrapbooking trimmer, though scissors would work fine. I then cropped the corners to round them. No problems, it handled just like heavy paper. Finally, I laid the tote bag on my ironing board, centered the transfer on the bag, and ironed it (no steam, cotton setting) for a minute or so, though it only calls for five seconds. The adhesive set nicely with no glue leaking out of the sides and no lumpiness. The edges adhered well, with no lifting. My kids were amazed that I'd made, not bought, the bag.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Kelly VINE VOICE on May 16, 2012
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Like other reviewers mentioned, the Avery Printable Fabric would be best for certain applications. I would personally use it for aprons, tote bags, or a fabric wall hanging due to the thickness & firmness of the fabric. I used my Canon MG5220 to print on the fabric, the images came out crisp and clean looking.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By K. E. Grames on December 23, 2012
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I made a piece with both text and an batik-like background. I wanted it to look like it was done on a canvas (not printed out on a piece of paper).

The fabric paper was as easy as printing on paper. It was flawless. The text was as crisp as I could have wanted. The colors and design were reproduced well. It did look very much like a fine-grained canvas; one wouldn't think "t-shirt material". Neither would one think "paper".

The piece is mounted, and so I did not use the iron-on adhesive on the back. Also, I did not intend to use this on clothing or a pillow, so I cannot speak to whether it is soft enough for that. It is flexible like fabric, but fairly stiff in order to print. It certainly does not have the drape associated with clothing fabric and may be too stiff if the entire sheet is used, unless is softens when the iron-on adhesive is activated.

All in all, it is exactly what I wanted and I will order this again if I am making a canvas-like print.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kurt A. Johnson TOP 1000 REVIEWER on April 22, 2013
I remember when iron-ons were really big in the `70s. I remember you could get the transfers just about anywhere - even cereal boxes and newspapers!

Well, now Avery has taken the iron-on transfer to a new stage with this product. These sheets are courser than normal transfer paper, but they can be attached to a wider array of cloth items.

Now, you will want to cut transfer as close to the picture as possible to avoid having extra white backing around your image. Also, as you would expect with something that just irons on, you will want to avoid putting this on something that needs to be washed more than rarely.

Nonetheless, I do think that this is an interesting new product, one that starts to open up new crafts, ones that are not fully thought out yet. They're not cheap, by any means, but I can see having a lot of fun with them.
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