CHOKING HAZARD -- This toy is a small ball. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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SEI 2-Inch Block Letter Iron on Transfer, White, 2 Sheet
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- Easy iron on application
- Won't crack, peel or fade
- Machine washable
- Soft flock surface
- Mix and match
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SEI's iron-on flock transfers can be applied to any surface that will withstand the heat of an iron, i.e. wood, fabric, paper, clay, cork and more.
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Here is a better method I used:
1. Cut out around the letters you want to use
2. Place them on the fabric face down (make sure they are orientated correct)
3. Stick a rag over top of the letters
4. Iron on the cotton setting for 20 seconds
5. Remove rag and peel backing off letters very slowly (if letter starts to peel off repeat step 3 and 4)
I was surprised how well they stuck on the thick knitted fabric! Even so, I stitched the centers of the letters for extra durability. Girlfriend was very happy!
They were extremely easy to use. All you have to do is peel them off, stick them on and like them up, and hold the iron on for about 15-30 seconds. It also says to turn them inside out and iron them on. They look so professional.
I highly recommend these. The only problem is that there's only 2 A's and many of the kids have more than 1 A in their name. It would be great if a sheet of A's and E's were sold. I have a whole pile of consonants. I actually just flipped over the V's and used the punctuation marks to create an A.
These are so worth it and I loved them!!
Note: the green tote was before I ironed. I was lining the letters up.