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HP Iron-on Transfers for Color Fabrics (6 transfer Sheets, 8.5 x 11 Inches)

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  • 6 iron-on transfers
  • Works with most inkjet printers
  • Ideal for use on color fabrics
  • Each sheet measures 8.5 by 11 inches
  • Backing can be peeled when sheet cools

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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameHP
Item Weight2.4 ounces
Product Dimensions0.1 x 9.2 x 12.5 inches
Item model numberQ1974A
Number of Items1
Size8 1/2 x 11
Sheet Sizesee description
Manufacturer Part NumberQ1974A
  
Additional Information
ASINB00009M964
Best Sellers Rank #56,579 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableAugust 15, 2008
  
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Product Description

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Need special fun unforms, or to remember a special holiday photo? Think iron-on transfers! It's fun and easy to make iron-on transfers for t-shirts, aprons, hats and more. Just take your favorite photo, and print out with these special transfers for color fabrics.

Features

  • Simple to print, easy to apply
  • Ideal for darker or brightly colored cotton or cotton-poly blend fabrics
  • Easy, cool-peel backing lets you peel the transfer after it cools for better results
  • Colors stay brilliant after repeated washings
  • Works with all inkjet printers except Deskjet 1200 and Deskjet 1600 printers

Select The Best Paper For Any Job

Whether for professional, creative, or everyday use, HP helps take the guesswork out of finding the perfect inkjet or LaserJet paper for any project.

Best Paper for Any Job

Why HP Paper Is Important

Not all papers are created equal. Designed with each element of the HP printing process in mind, HP papers, toners, and inks are specially engineered to work together to deliver quality, reliable printing, as well as fade resistance, bolder blacks and more vibrant colors.

Because HP papers are specifically formulated to work with HP printers, it's important to select the right HP paper for every job to ensure a crisp, clean finished product.

Key HP Paper Features

Check the label on HP paper packaging to find this key information:

Finish

Consider the look you want to achieve, and choose a finish that fits your needs:

  • Glossy: For color images that really pop, try printing on a paper with a glossy finish.
  • Matte: If printing a document with text, such as a term paper or resume, a matte finish can make your text easier to read.
  • Satin: A satin finish will give your photos a smooth, professional touch.
Brightness

The brightness of your paper refers to the amount of light reflected from the surface of the paper, and is typically measured on a scale from 1 to 100. Print on brighter paper, such as HP Bright White Inkjet Paper, for higher contrast, crisper text, and a clean background for more vivid images.

Weight

Thickness (measured in millimeters) and weight (measured in pounds), refer to the sturdiness and crease-resistance of your paper. HP paper comes in a variety of different weights.

You may try using a heavier paper for artwork or pieces that will be frequently handled, like cards or brochures. Heavier paper can also help formal, more substantial printed pieces, such as resumes and invitations, stand out from the crowd.

Choose the right size
Size

HP offers many kinds of paper in a variety of sizes, from standard 8.5" x 11" paper, to 4" x 6" and 5" x 7" photo paper, to specialty sizes such as wide format and legal paper.

Not all printers can handle all kinds of paper, so before stocking up, check your printer manual for paper size and weight capabilities.

Choose Paper Suited To Specific Tasks

Whether printing driving directions, invoices, snapshots for the fridge, or formal wedding invitations, HP has the paper you need to get the job done.

Multipurpose Printing

For basic home and office printing, a simple, multipurpose paper is your best bet. Many HP multipurpose papers now feature ColorLok technology for more vibrant colors, bolder blacks, and fewer smears. Engineered with special additives that chemically react with inkjet inks, ColorLok paper absorbs ink deeper into the paper while holding the pigment closer to the surface, delivering impeccable print quality every time.

Multipurpose Printing
  • HP Multipurpose Paper for Injet Printers
    • Bright finish and smooth surface for sharp, professional-looking results.
    • ColorLok technology
    • Usage Ideas: General office documents including copies and faxes

  • HP Bright White Inkjet Paper
    • Bright, blue-white finish for sharper contrast and more vibrant color
    • ColorLok technology
    • Usage Ideas: Proposals, presentations and newsletters

  • HP LaserJet Paper
    • Bright finish
    • Thicker than standard paper
    • High opacity prevents show-through
    • Usage Ideas: General office documents, especially documents that combine text with spot colors.

Photo Printing

When you print on HP photo paper, you get professional, lab-quality photo prints every time. Whether sharing snapshots of a recent gathering with friends, displaying artistic photos in your home, or reprinting a treasured photo heirloom, HP has the photo paper you need for crisp, high-quality photo prints that last.

Photo Printing
  • HP Advanced Photo Paper for InkJet printers
    • Thick and durable
    • Dries instantly to resist smudging
    • Variety of finishes available
    • Usage Ideas: Snapshots, photo projects, photos for displaying on your refrigerator or sharing with guests

  • HP Premium Plus Photo Paper for InkJet printers
    • HP's best photo paper
    • Smudge and stick-resistant textured coating
    • Superior fade resistance delivers photos that last for generations
    • Usage Ideas: Important event photos, photo gifts, albums, scrapbooks and framed photos

  • HP Color Laser Photo Paper for LaserJet printers
    • Coated for photo printing on both sides
    • Glossy stock specially formulated for laser printing
    • Usage Ideas: Business photos, marketing materials, postcards and snapshots

Color Business Printing


Use HP Brochure and Flyer Paper for colorful, high-quality marketing materials.

Whether conducting a company-wide presentation, submitting a winning proposal, or promoting your business to potential customers and clients, printing your message on the right paper can make all the difference. For business documents that really pop, consider printing on one of the following HP papers, specifically designed for color business printing:

  • HP Brochure and Flyer Paper for InkJet printers
    • Heavyweight paper resists general wear and tear
    • Matte finish for sharp print quality
    • Coated for printing on both sides
    • Usage Ideas: Brochures, flyers and paper craft projects

  • HP Premium Presentation Paper for InkJet printers
    • Professional-weight paper adds a level of sophistication
    • Bright white matte finish for vibrant colors and sharper text
    • Coated for printing on both sides
    • Usage Ideas: Professional presentations, newsletters, proposals and resumes

  • HP Color Laser Presentation Paper for LaserJet printers
    • Heavyweight, gloss-coated stock helps your document stand out from the crowd
    • Optimized for laser printing
    • Usage Ideas: Professional presentations, newsletters, proposals and resumes

  • HP Color Laser Brochure Paper
    • High-impact, glossy finish for a more professional look and feel
    • Coated with slip agents to prevent paper jams
    • Consistent color, clarity and finish
    • Usage Ideas: Brochures, flyers and paper craft projects

Special Media Printing
Special Media Printing

HP has the media you need for just about any creative printing endeavor. Create customized scrapbook pages, formal invitations, or gallery-quality artistic prints. Embellish a T-shirt with a professional logo, cool graphic, or silly photo. Print transparencies right at your home or office. With HP special media, the opportunities are endless.

  • HP Iron-on Transfers for Inkjet printers
    • Easy to print, iron on, and peel off
    • Bold colors stand up to washings
    • Usage Ideas: T-shirts, bags, caps and other customized items for your business, family, sports team or organization

  • HP LaserJet Tough Paper for LaserJet printers
    • Premium satin finish coated for printing on both sides
    • Robust and waterproof for extra durable documents
    • Retains color and clarity when exposed to weather and other conditions
    • Usage Ideas: Signs, maps, manuals, report covers, blueprints, business cards and catalogs

Product Description

HP HEWLETT-PACKARD - PAPER - IRONHEWLETT-PACKARD -PAPER - IRON-ON TRANSFERS - LETTER A SIZE (8.5 INX 11 IN) - 6

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The HP Iron-on for Color Fabrics is an easy to use product.
CW
They came in with very easy to follow instructions and plenty of those iron over sheets!
Mari
I wasted several sheets of this paper dealing with that problem.
L. Crane

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

58 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Gene Cloner on November 12, 2006
These are wonderful! You just print anything you want to transfer and then iron them on. You have your custom shirt under 10 minutes!! The only drawback is that they transfer together with the white background unlike the ones for white fabric (So, remember *not* to flip your image when you print!). So you need to trim the print out carefully not leaving a border. Similarly, if you want to print text, you may want to print them in a backgrund box. Using it is super-easy. Just make sure you are using a 100% cotton fabric, that's all.

Note: All you people with transfer problems, do make sure you strip the backing off after printing and use just the transfer and the 'cover' sheet for iron on!
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By James N. Kohler on November 15, 2007
These are awesome. I was skeptical about them because we all know how iron-on stuff usually goes... But I used a inkjet printer and printed off a graphic and it ironed on perfectly, even better than most real t-shirts. Immediately I came up with many t-shirts I wanted to make because they looked very high quality like a company made them.. highly recommended.
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Eena on November 7, 2006
first of all, it took FOREVER to get the trsfers to stick to the t-shirts, then, they only give you one of those papers to go between each transfer and the iron which meant that once each one started getting sticky, I had no choice but to keep using it therefore RUINING the shirts. Maybe it was just user error, but this isn't the first time I've done T-shirt trasnfers, yet only two out of the included 6 actually came out right. Avery trasfers are far easier to use (I just wish they didn't leave the tea-stain effect). All in all, these have proven to be hit or miss with me, and they're too pricey to be going through trial and error.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mary Peacock on May 22, 2009
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Using the HP Iron-on Transfer medium is incredibly easy. The adhesion is strong, and it's durable through many washings. I've tested laminations in petroleum contaminated environments, and even left it soaking in straight gasoline - no noticeable deterioration, not even any change in color. Amazing stuff.HP Q1974A Iron-on Transfers for Color Fabrics (8.5x11, 6 Sheets)

I use an inkjet printer. If I printed the same image on paper it would run when I poured water on it, but print it on this stuff and it's there forever.

Craftspeople, this stuff is a great way to make your own fabric labels. I use a somewhat heavy Pellon interfacing. I compose the labels in a program like Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop, adding faint dashed cut lines between labels, then, after laminating, I cut the labels apart on a paper cutter, and voila! a bunch of great looking sew-in labels for your products. I use a really old heavy iron with a solid plate. Look for one in second hand shops. It makes the job quicker.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By J. Carlson on January 7, 2010
I'm not sure why some people are having difficulties with these, I found this to be a very simple and effective solution to making some basketball shirts for an intramural team I am playing for. So far the near full-sheet logos on the front of the shirt (about 8" wide by 9" tall) and the very thin numbers on the back (2"-3" wide by 7" tall) are staying on beautifully. Only time will tell after repeated washings, but so far so good.

So, for $3 a shirt (one sheet = $2 and I used 1.5 sheets per shirt for the logos and numbers) plus the $5 shirts at another retailer plus $1-$2 for the ink in the ink cartridge (I used 3/4 a cartridge for 12 shirts, I figure, since you have to print on "Normal" to "Best" print quality for good results) it comes to about **$10** a shirt (front and back)!

For comparison, to have one of those shirts custom-made from the available graphic T-shirt mail-order web sites that are out there it would have easily cost me $25 a shirt (trust me, I checked almost all of them and the custom numbers on the back really sent the cost through the roof). So when you multiply that $15 savings per shirt by 12 T-shirts that's some significant savings in favor of using this product ($180 total)!

I'm removing 1/2 star for the fact that I had to change the design to accommodate for the white background being transferred with the design and for the fact the that the removal of the paper backing didn't peel perfectly every time and therefore left little remnants of paper on the adhesive when trying to remove it (I had to use a knife to scrape it off).

Rating: 4 1/2 stars (unfortunately, Amazon's rating granularity only lets me do 4 stars :)
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Crosstree on April 18, 2009
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This product is easy to use and works very well. I copied pictures of our dog and put them on t-shirts just for fun, and found the process very simple. They wash up well and if you follow the directions (i.e. turn inside out to wash,remove immediately and then simply place in the dryer) there was no problem. I will definitely use again.
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41 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Luis O. Cruz on December 6, 2003
These transfer are really a lot more than what I expected. Although the instructions are guided for home iron print; in a professional heat transfer press, heating at 375 Farenheit for 20 seconds with medium hard pressure gives me great results. I strongly recomend this.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By L. Crane on June 6, 2008
I've tried these transfers several times on several different types of fabrics and they simply do not work. I've been disappointed every time, after following the directions to the letter. The image did not transfer no matter how hot the iron and how much pressure I applied. Ruined a couple t-shirts in the process.

Also, hp printing software will flip the image horizontally when you select "iron-on transfer" in printing properties, so if you have already flipped your image in the document, when you print onto the transfer paper the image will have flipped BACK without warning. I wasted several sheets of this paper dealing with that problem.
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