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Avery T-shirt Transfers for Inkjet Printers, 8.5 x 11 Inches, Pack of 18 (08938)

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  • Personal Creations Ink Jet T-Shirt Transfers for White or Light Color T-Shirts.
  • Personalize and print store-bought quality items for any occasion.
  • Make T-shirts using an ink jet printer.
  • Create iron-on transfers using an ordinary clothes iron, ink jet printer and most software.
  • The "Cold Peel" process eliminates finger burns.
  • Quality results for a professional, fashionable look
  • Use to personalize your T-shirts, hats, aprons and even bags
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameAvery
Item Weight8 ounces
Product Dimensions11.5 x 9.3 x 0.1 inches
Item model number08938
ColorClear
Number of Items1
Size8 1/2 x 11
Sheet Size8.5-x-11-inch
Manufacturer Part Number08938
  
Additional Information
ASINB0006HV2ZE
Best Sellers Rank #735 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 AvailableDecember 2, 2004
  
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Show off your creativity on white and light-colored materials using Avery 8938 Personal Creations Inkjet T-Shirt Transfers. These iron-on transfer sheets feed easily through most inkjet printers, and Color Shield technology ensures crisp image quality and bright colors that stay brilliant even after washing.

If you need design ideas, free templates and clip art images are available on avery.com to get you started personalizing T-shirts, hats, and tote bags. These unique, custom items make great gift items for family members, uniforms for sports teams, and everyday wear for creative kids.

What's in the Box
18 8-1/2 x 11-inch White/Light T-Shirt Transfers.

Product Description

Show your team's spirit with these T-shirt Transfers. Get free templates from avery.com or use your own digital photos to create custom T-shirts for any occasion. Unprinted iron-on transfer sheets feed easily through most inkjet printers, and a new Color Shieldformula ensures crisp, long-lasting image quality and the brightest colors. Perfect for company picnics, charity events or family reunions, tailor-made T-shirts will help your group show solidarity. Quality results for a professional, fashionable look Use to personalize your T-shirts, hats, aprons and even bags Designed for use on light-colored 100% cotton/poly cotton blend fabrics Color Shieldformula means colors stay bright, even after being washed Get downloadable free templates and clip art images from avery.com Personalize your clothing and accessories

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It works very well and was easy to use.
Karen
These transfer are terrible: - They peal and crack if you stretch the shirt and start to break down after the first wash.
Michael Hoyt
Avery has a fine product and as long as you follow directions, you can't miss.
Stephen Gingo

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

126 of 130 people found the following review helpful By Noname TOP 50 REVIEWER on June 10, 2007
They have a sticker on the packages saying the colors are brighter and they won't crack. I tried those first and they are beautiful. I bought some more, but they didn't have the sticker on them. Those must be what everyone here is reviewing. The old ones are indeed waxy with okay colors. I hope they don't peel like everyone says. But those improved ones are wonderful - brilliant colors and nice feel, not waxy at all. Trust me, there is a difference. I haven't washed the new improved ones yet, but they do look like they are durable and will withstand the wash. Wish there was a way to tell if the package we are getting from Amazon is new or old. I think the stock number is the same.

UPDATE: It has been an entire year since I've done some thirty or so transfers using various brands. Those new and improved Avery transfers are the best. One year later, through repeated washings, the new and improved ones still look bright and beautiful. The others are old and faded. Look carefully on the package. If they are new and improved Avery, that's the one you want.
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Homeschool Mom on March 10, 2014
I'm a graphic designer, coach various kid teams & always seem to be making shirts for them. I began using the Avery transfers in 2010 & have some shirts that have been through the wash countless times since then. Never had a problem & the colors seem to last amazingly well over time. Other than using only white or light grey fabric & a good quality shirt, my tips would be:
1) pre-wash the shirt (I've used cotton & 50/50) & tumble dry.
2) Plain paper final review: ALWAYS look at your design through the back of the paper (hold it up to a window or bright light) & make sure all of your text has been mirrored & the design looks good.
3) Print the final design using the best quality your printer can output.
4) Trim close to the printed parts but leave a bit of a margin - 2mm'ish. Don't cut so close that your design falls apart or warps while you are ironing. Round off points, if even a little.
5) For fine designs that have been cut to the flimsy stage, cover with a sheet of parchment paper in the beginning of the ironing to get it stuck down. The parchment can be removed to finish the ironing. Baking parchment will not stick to this stuff & can get pretty darn hot. Do not use waxed paper or regular printer paper: they do not like to get hot.
6) Follow the package ironing instructions. Simple at that. I use a cutting board on the floor so I can apply good pressure.
7) After I peel the paper off I lay a piece of parchment over the whole design & give it a final hit with the iron. This seems to really set the transfer into the fabric & gives the most natural feel.
8) If you can plan ahead well enough, it's good to give them a final rinse with a bit of vinegar in the water to set the dye. Line dry & tumble on low to soften the whole shirt.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Kris on July 2, 2007
I pre-washed my shirt. I tested my art by printing it out on a plain sheet of paper before using the iron-on sheet. The iron-on sheet came out looking great! I followed the instructions to transfer the image, and again, everything went perfect and looked great.

The trouble came when I washed the shirt. The transfer did not survive. It came out of a gentle wash cycle looking VERY crackled and even peeling off a bit. I was crushed. I wear my crackled shirt around the house, but it's not fit for the public. The dark shirt transfers seem to have gotten much better reviews, but I'm scared to try them because of how horrible this one came out.
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29 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Barbara L. Benac on January 29, 2008
I am sick. I just bought the package of the Avery transfer with that encouraging sticker, affixed it as per package directions (ironing with firm pressure for a very long time, allowing to cool before peeling, etc. )to some prewashed cotton muslin, and spent four hours and lots of money sewing the transfered picture into a luxurious fabric frame with lots of expensive trims, making a gorgeous pillow to give as a prize at an annual party I host for the volunteers and staff of the museum where I work. As I was finishing the last touch, I noticed the thing was already cracking off the fabric. It is RUINED. Where can I find a transfer paper that works? This is a disaster . Obviously, I advise all to steer absolutely clear of this product. What a dud!
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Carlos De Cunha on October 4, 2012
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Follow the instructions properly and you get good results. I made custom T-Shirts with our Band's logo on the day of a Gig we had. Quite easy once you get the hang of it.

Some common mistakes are:
- Iron not hot enough

- Make sure its a flat bottom iron (no holes at the bottom, water/steam irons can't work)

- Make sure the surface you are pressing on it smooth and solid (use solid and flat fabric to press on, avoid carpet kinda material like towels, etc)

- Be sure to put something like a cotton pillow case over the printout when ironing it on

- Make sure the T-Shirt is mostly cotton

- When ironing it on make sure you focus the center of the iron, move slowly left to right, top to bottom.

- Concentrate on the ends

- If you could try to cut the edges of the print out round

- Cut close (but not to close) to the actual image on the print out. You don't want to leave too much blank transfer paper because that could cause hazing.

My Wife washed my shirts after the Gig and it seems fine so far.

We had another gig the other day and my band mates washed their to wear at the gig also, the shirts seem ok to me and I had no complains from them so far.

Enjoy!
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