|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11.8 x 9.9 x 1.9 inches|
|Item model number||3279|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||3279|
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Avery InkJet Iron-On Dark T-Shirt Transfers, White, Five Sheets per Pack (03279)
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- Quality results for a professional, fashionable look
- Use to personalize your T-shirts, hats, aprons and even bags
- Transfers feed easily through most inkjet printers
- Specially designed for use on dark-colored 100% cotton fabric
- Special white layer prevents designs from getting lost on dark fabrics
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Five 8-1/2 x 11-inch Dark T-shirt Transfers.
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Fabric and T-Shirt Transfers
Personalize T-shirts, tote bags, pillows and jackets with images, phrases, team names and anything you can imagine using Avery T-Shirt and Fabric Transfers. Great for personalized gifts, team-building events, kids’ crafts and more. With free, easy-to-use templates at avery.com/print you can personalize a pre-designed template or upload your own graphics and images for any occasion. The iron-on transfer sheets are available for both light and dark fabrics, and they feed easily through most inkjet printers. Just design, print and iron.
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Top Customer Reviews
Assuming everyone followed instructions correctly, I think some of the problems people had might have been the result of either their printer or their iron. I happened to have access to an excellent high quality Epson R1800, 8 color, inkjet printer. If you have a low quality (or maybe just a different) printer it's possible that the colors might not end up as bright or as thick on the transfer. It's possible that even high quality printers might vary in how well they work with this particular product - I only have one data point, so I can only guess. Make sure you use the highest quality setting when you print! I did have one paper feed issue. One of my transfers got a little blurred on one end, apparently due to the transfer shifting position slightly while being printed. Luckily, it was not a critical part of the image.
I think some other problems people have described might have been the result of the iron temperature being too hot (bubbling) or not hot enough (peeling). I guess irons can vary. I think the hottest setting of my iron might have been just a little on the cool side. I found that I got better results by increasing ironing time. I got no bubbling or burning. If you're seeing bubbling, you might want to turn the iron temp down slightly or decrease ironing time. If at all possible, you should print several testing pieces and practice ironing them on scrap fabric first (I used an old shirt from the rag box).Read more ›
A friend recommended these (even for white t-shirt use) and they are amazing. They look completely professional, are easy to use and I have washed the items a million times and no fading has occurred at all. In my opinion, using any other brand is a waste. These are worth every extra penny you spend more than the kind designated for white t-shirts.
I created 15 shirts using the light, and 2 using the dark, all on white shirts. They work just as well on light shirts as they do dark, but the light has more per pack, so unless you are using a colored shirt, the light version is a better buy.
It has been 11 months now, and we are planning our next family vacation, so I just went out and purchased another 3 packs of the dark transfer paper as we are using blue shirts this year. I happened to come across last years shirts, which prompted this review. They still look fantastic. Mind you, the ripples and discoloration on the avery shirt is human error (left), when doing a full-size iron on to the back of a shirt that has a pocket on the front, you need to take extra precautions to put ample cardboard inside the shirt so you don't inadvertently push too hard on the other side of the pocket. The Transformations shirt (right) looks like garbage.
I do suggest a practice shirt, and they sell half sheets, so start with something small until you get the hang of it. I only did the one practice shirt, so I don't get why people are wasting 2-5 shirts and transfers to get the hang of it.Read more ›
*always print the BEST quality but make sure you list your paper as a matte product. It lays the ink accordingly.
*I realize this is a reach for the common user but if you have any die cut machine that will, use it to trim! I used the "print then cut" function on mine and it eliminated all the white space for me. This can be done by hand with an exacto pen for similar effect.
*if you followed instructions perfectly and your graphic is still slightly sticking to the paper, use a BRAYER. I pressed my shirts a few times and some spots still sticking. I grabbed a brayer I have and smoothed over the paper then gave a final press. I then smoothed it with the brayer again right after, then peeled. No problem!
*I prewashed the garment and skipped fabric softener.
*I preheated my garment to make sure all moisture was removed.
Those were the only noteworthy parts of my process and experience. Hope this helps others!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a phenomenal product. I am so happy with it!! I used black shirts and had an image with pure white in it and they came out great. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Robin
I bought these for a project we were doing for father's day. The printing process was really easy, they just slide into the paper slot and print like normal. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Chrissy
These were very easy to use. I bought some shirts from a local thrift shop and used these to customize them. Now I wear those shirts all the time! Read morePublished 2 days ago by Zoe
So I was super nervous to try out these iron on transfers because I had only ever used the light one where the image gets reversed, but we were using blue shirts for a cruise shirt... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Meghan
Instructions were difficult to understand, suggest checking videos on internet. Figured it out and it worked on applying black background with orange and white letters on black... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Thumbone
It has been 4 washes for the shirt that I ironed the design onto and it still looks great. The colors are vibrant still and the design is not peeling off anywhere.Published 8 days ago by Calandra O'Neal
I tried to like it, made several shirts. But it just doesn't look as good as the white iron ons...Published 10 days ago by Tatiane