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Avery Iron-on Transfer Paper

Letter - 8.50" x 11" - Matte - View Complete Details

Product Number: AVE3302

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Avery Iron-on Transfer Paper - Use Stretchable Fabric Transfer to personalize stretchable sportswear, fashionwear and more. Image stretches with the fabric and has a soft feel. Iron-on transfers are matte-coated and designed for use on white fabrics such as cotton/poly blend, poly/spandex blend and 100 percent polyester. Compatible with inkjet printers. Free templates are available to customize projects with designs and clip art or you can use your digital photos on T-shirts, sweatshirts, bags and more for any occasion.
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  • Create personalized store-bought-quality T-shirts.
  • Color-fast, crack-free fabric sheets.
  • Avery┬« offers free, easy-to-use designs.
  • Requires software and printer capable of mirror imaging.
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Avery Iron-on Transfer Paper
 
3.7

(based on 227 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (119)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (38)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (10)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (11)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (49)

72%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Dries quickly (8)
  • Sharp tones & colors (7)
  • Long lasting color (4)

Cons

  • Dull tones & colors (4)
  • Too expensive (4)
  • Color fades (3)
  • Smears easily (3)

Best Uses

  • Photos (6)
    • Job Role:
    • Crafts enthusiast (10), Business owner (7), Professional (7), Homemaker (6), Office manager (5)
    • Avery Product Usage:
    • Personal gifts (20), Kids' projects (16), Meeting/special event planning (12), Business building (7), Getting organized (7)
    • How often do you use this item?:
    • First time (23), Sometimes (12), Often (4)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Love easy recycles!

i love these transfers! They are so easy to use and change a commercial grocery tote into a personal tote for the kids! Just download the template , add your own desigh, print...Read complete review

i love these transfers! They are so easy to use and change a commercial grocery tote into a personal tote for the kids! Just download the template , add your own desigh, print and iron on the item and it is personalized for your child in moments! they can be used on all sort of items, to change them into useful and personalized articles! Cover up the old info with your new and beautiful design!
I always look fo usable shirts at yard sales then change them into new by adding the new transfer coverup! thanks so much for the great ideas on your site!

VS

Most Liked Negative Review

 

The worst....

So not only is this paper more expensive than jolee's so i thought i was getting more of a quality paper, but the product is pathetic, disgusting, ridiculous, paper, i bought this...Read complete review

So not only is this paper more expensive than jolee's so i thought i was getting more of a quality paper, but the product is pathetic, disgusting, ridiculous, paper, i bought this for something important i needed, followed the instructions in the packaging exactly and to my surprise! it turned out like garbage... took some researching online to find out exactly what i thought I was doing wrong but i didn't do anything wrong,. they put instructions for printing on light fabric(which i did) and the actual paper in the box turned out to be made for dark fabric (so long story short the wrong product was in the box, wouldn't have been so bad if they put the instructions for that paper in the box but they didn't).... There are countless terrible reviews for this and most avery products for t-shirts online and I guess its my fault for not doing my research. Lesson learned Avery, thanks for making terrible products and putting the wrong products in the box. I appreciate you greatly wasting my time and money, and printer ink.

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5.0

TERRIFIC

By 

from edmond,ok

Pros

  • Lasting Fun

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Avery Iron-on Transfer Paper:

      I made sure there was no water in my iron. I used a wooden board under the t-shirts and ironed with a hot iron for 20 seconds per spot. Turned out great. Follow instructions carefully, and wash according to directions.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • Yes
       
      2.0

      Fail!!

      By 

      from NC

      Comments about Avery Iron-on Transfer Paper:

      I just used # 3271 to make photo pillows - which I have made before. This time the image would not stick along the edges well, which I figured I could fix using fabric paint to decorate the edges and help seal. BUT when I started stuffing it, the image started pealing and cracking in the center. Ugh, very disappointed as this project should have only taken me an hour and I have wasted time, ink and other resources trying to get this project done. Now I need to wait for my husband to stop and buy more transfer paper (probably a different brand) on his way home! I have used AVery before. But this box - ugh!

       
      5.0

      Great Product

      By 

      from Washinton Crossing PA

      Pros

      • Worked Perfectly. I followed the Directions.

      Cons

        Best Uses

          Comments about Avery Iron-on Transfer Paper:

          I read the bad reviews and they enhanced my diligent adherence to directions. I did exactly as Avery said and the transfer worked like a charm. The back came off easy for me. I left a tab and ripped a little bit and the back peeled off easily. Then I cut the tab off. Simple

           
          1.0

          Not sure why this is happining

          By 

          from Sierra Vista AZ

          Comments about Avery Iron-on Transfer Paper:

          I made and donated 45 shirts to a non profit youth organization. I spent over $300 on shirts and the transfer paper. When printed, they looked wonderful. I followed all instructions, but 1st wash the entire image cracked. Why is this happening?

           
          5.0

          The lousy carpenter blames his tools.

          By 

          from Plaistow NH

          Comments about Avery Iron-on Transfer Paper:

          To all the people who can't peel the backing paper: the directions clearly state that you should leave a "grab tab" when cutting out your design. This way, you can work and wrinkle the product a little bit, to separate the layers without ruining your design, after which the "grab tab" can be cut off. Then we have the person who peeled off the paper, only to find that there was a white layer blocking the design. Did this person iron the transfer on, design down, and THEN try to remove the backing paper? You remove the paper first, and the white layer prevents the dark t-shirt color from obscuring the design. It reminds me of a saying my father had: The lousy carpenter blames his tools. There is nothing wrong with this product. It works great if you are able to read and follow directions.

           
          1.0

          Paper backing is impossible to remove

          By 

          from Selden, NY

          Pros

          • Dries Quickly

          Cons

          • Can't remove backing

          Best Uses

            Comments about Avery Iron-on Transfer Paper:

            I had a great design idea for t shirts but I needed dark transfer material. The print was great and it cut well but it was impossible to remove the paper backing so I could iron it on to my shirt. I wish I had read the reviews before I purchased the product. What a waste of money.

             
            1.0

            Backing is IMPOSSIBLE!

            By 

            from Cleveland, TN

            Pros

            • Dries Quickly
            • Sharp Tones & Colors

            Cons

            • Too Expensive

            Best Uses

              Comments about Avery Iron-on Transfer Paper:

              I would like to start by saying that I am a huge AVERY fan and use many of your products in both business & personal tasks. I have used your T-shirt transfers many times, but this was the first time to use the Dark transfer. I will say that NEVER again will I purchase these for use unless there is a re-design of the backing paper. The design printed beautifully & once I was able to get the backing off (never completely, there were always snippets of paper left on the design) they ironed on easily. The issue is the backing is not designed to peel easily. I made 4 shirts and it took over 30 minutes to remove the backing per shirt (2 hours total). I had to eventually use an Exacto and score the back enough that I was able to get it to lift in a small section, and once that was complete I had to rub the remaining paper with my finger to get it off the print. I still love the Avery products and will continue to use them, but not this particluar item!

               
              5.0

              excellent product!

              By 

              from Rhode Island

              Pros

              • Long Lasting Color
              • Long Life

              Cons

              • Too Expensive

              Best Uses

              • Photos

              Comments about Avery Iron-on Transfer Paper:

              I used this to put my husband's company logo on a hoodie, the colors are still sharp a year and half later. he uses this hoodie weekly and not even cracks in the logo. AMAZING PRODUCT. As for the lady that complained about the white background....DUH! if it was clear, the color wouldn't look sharp. I know from experience what a clear iron-on looks like on a dark t-shirt, not good. This product did exactly what it was supposed to do! Thank you Avery!

              (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

               
              1.0

              I will not buy this product again

              By 

              from Plainfield, IL

              Pros

              • Sharp Tones & Colors

              Cons

              • Did last more than 2 days

              Best Uses

                Comments about Avery Iron-on Transfer Paper:

                I followed the directions. Printed beautifully. Very vivid sharp images printed. I used my heat press machine at 305 degrees for 30sec and it stayed on the shirt and looked really good. First shirt I burned, second I didn't mirror the image, and third shirt was the charm except that it cracked when I stretched it and started peeling the next day. I used it for a design I did for my 4 year old. The face of sadness and disappointment in her face was not cool. I tried 4/6 sheets from packet and I must say, I will not buy this type of transfer anymore, will try a different brand.

                (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                1.0

                Worst Purchase Ever!! I love Avery products But this .......

                By 

                from Murphysboro, Il

                Comments about Avery Iron-on Transfer Paper:

                This product is very expensive, my pack didn't have instructions with it, and it didn't work. I have been transferring pictures for a long time, and I thought I might try this brand. Never again will I buy from Avery. I read all of the directions before beginning the process and followed each one to the a T, but when it came time to peel the backing off of the image, it would not budge. I waited the 2 minutes as directed and could not make any progress. I thought perhaps I did not apply enough heat so I re-ironed the image and tried again. Still no luck. I tried peeling while the paper was still hot, and did manage to reveal a small corner of the picture but I could not get any further. I cannot imagine that this was due to a lack of heat or pressure as I scorched the table under the project. I am very disappointed and will certainly not purchase this product again. I spent close to $60 on a few packages of this paper . I would never recommend this product to anyone else. If you are thinking of buying this product, don't. It's not worth the time, grief, or money.

                 
                1.0

                It did not work for me.

                By 

                from Okeechobee, FL

                Comments about Avery Iron-on Transfer Paper:

                I followed the directions and the transfer printed fine. It seemed to iron on ok, but the back would not peel off and when I did get it off only part of the transfer stayed on the shirt. The second one I tried none of the transfer stayed on the shirt. I followed the directions.... will not use again and do not recommend.

                 
                2.0

                I would not buy this product again.

                By 

                from Midlothian, TX

                Pros

                  Cons

                  • cracks
                  • does not stick
                  • takes too long to transfer and doesnt work well

                  Best Uses

                    Comments about Avery Iron-on Transfer Paper:

                    Following the instructions carefully my product came out terrible. Took way longer to transfer and didn't even stick well and was not stretchable as it calls for and got all flaky and pieces were falling everywhere.

                    (3 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    1.0

                    BACKGROUND IS WHITE NOT CLEAR! NOT WHAT I WANTED!!

                    By 

                    from Los Angeles

                    Comments about Avery Iron-on Transfer Paper:

                    THE BACKGROUND IS WHITE! I bought these to add text to navy T-shirts. It should be a clear label so the DARK SHIRT shows through. I am baffled that this even exists.

                    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    5.0

                    worked great for library teen project

                    By 

                    from Ypsilanti, Michigan

                    Comments about Avery Iron-on Transfer Paper:

                    There IS a learning curve with these, even if you follow the directions exactly. We underheated one, and it peeled off. We overheated one, and the whole thing had a yellowish hue to it. We expected to wreck a few of them in the process, though, so all in all we're super happy with the end results (the ones that turned out great). Our library is hosting a group of teens who are attempting to break a world record, and they designed a logo for a t-shirt. All team members are wearing the shirts (logos ironed on beautifully) as they attempt the world record. Give yourself plenty of time to learn, and a couple extra for the learning curve, and you should be happy in the end.

                    (3 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    1.0

                    Waste of time

                    By 

                    from spokane

                    Comments about Avery Iron-on Transfer Paper:

                    I bought this for my daughters santa sack. Followed the directions to a T and no matter how long I left the heat on they wouldn't peel apart. Ruined my fabric and now I have to start over. It says I could lay it back down and add more heat if they didn't peel apart and that wasn't accurate at all...they just melted and ruined.

                    (2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    1.0

                    Backing sheet does NOT peel

                    By 

                    from Auburn, WA

                    Comments about Avery Iron-on Transfer Paper:

                    Everything printed out fine but when it came to peel off the backing sheet, there was no way. I will be seeking a refund.

                    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    1.0

                    Very disappointed in Avery

                    By 

                    from Toledo Ohio

                    Comments about Avery Iron-on Transfer Paper:

                    I wanted to use these to make shirts with my Logo on them for my husband and I for when I do craft shows.

                    FAIL. big time.

                    I followed the instructions and even printed off a page to practice on a piece of fabric (The 4x4" piece worked WONDERFULLY) So I tried my full page logo. Read the instructions one more time just for good measure, noting that ironing time for a full page should take about 3 minutes. An hour and a half later, I'm still struggling to get an edge, any edge, of the paper to peel off of the plasticy stuff that the transfer is made out of. I finally get one edge to peel off and the transfer tears in the middle. I carefully place the bit that tore back on the shirt and iron over it again. Finally success! sort of. the edges that I painstakingly ironed with all of my weight against it are still peeling and frayed.
                    My 2 shirts are currently in the wash, by themselves, on cold and I'm not expecting much when they come out.

                    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    1.0

                    Not what they used to be

                    By 

                    from Las Vegas, Nv

                    Pros

                    • Cheap

                    Cons

                    • Crack Easily
                    • Not Durable Anymore
                    • Peels Off In The Wash

                    Best Uses

                      Comments about Avery Iron-on Transfer Paper:

                      This product has gone downhill fast! We made some shirts 2 years ago with this paper and they are still intact today with regular washing and care. Recently though, we made some shirts last week and they cracked, peeled, and came off in the wash right after applying the transfers (and yes, we followed the instructions to the letter). Sadly, some of those shirt we made for a close friend and when she told me the transfers came off in the wash we were completely embarrassed. This has forced us to used a different brand of transfer paper. Whatever changes Avery made to these transfers was obviously NOT for the better!

                      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                       
                      1.0

                      Waste of money !!!!

                      By 

                      from Quebec, Canada

                      Comments about Avery Iron-on Transfer Paper:

                      I used this product following the instructions very carefully and found that the image didn't want to transfer, I finally got the image to transfer but it to about three times the time given in the instructions. When it did transfer the image didn't transfer completely. After when I hand washed the item tha I used the transfer on the image almost washed off completely, leaving behind a flaky mess. I am very disappointed

                      (2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

                       
                      4.0

                      Beware of the extra sheet!

                      By 

                      from New Bern, NC

                      Comments about Avery Iron-on Transfer Paper:

                      As a first-time user of the fabric transfers, I mistakenly pulled out a piece of paper in the package of fabric transfer sheets that was NOT a fabric transfer sheet. I printed my image on it and then tried ironing it to my fabric, only to find that sticky stuff was adhering the paper to the iron's sole-plate. Worse yet, the sticky stuff was very difficult to remove from the iron's surface. I don't know why this sheet is in the package, why there is no marking on it instructing first-time users "DO NOT USE". We spent at least 45 minutes cleaning off the stuff from our iron.

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                        Is there only 5 pages of this fabric transition paper.
                        Asked on 7/29/2013 by Blaze from Indy

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                          Yes, the Avery Iron-On Transfer pack includes five sheets.

                          Answered on 7/30/2013 by Adam from Columbus, Wisc.
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                        Can this product be used to transfer white lines onto dark vinyl? Thanks!
                        Asked on 7/15/2013 by CT

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                        Will transfered ink come out during dry cleaning?
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