Reddit Reddit reviews Avery Printable Fabric, 8.5 x 11 Inches, Inkjet Printers, 5 Sheets (3384)

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Avery Printable Fabric, 8.5 x 11 Inches, Inkjet Printers, 5 Sheets (3384)
Get crafty with printable fabric sheets that add a touch of personalization to tote bags, pillows, quilts, blankets and moreEach fabric transfer is 100% cotton and comes with a heat-seal backing that bonds to fabric, cardboard, wood, and other porous surfacesTransfer your design using a household iron or sew printable fabric onto desired surfaceFor best results when washing, hand wash printable fabric with mild detergentEasy to customize and format with free templates, fonts and clip art at avery_com/templates
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8 Reddit comments about Avery Printable Fabric, 8.5 x 11 Inches, Inkjet Printers, 5 Sheets (3384):

u/Y1ff · 9 pointsr/Undertale

You can also buy these!

Then, just print with a black background and attach it to a black pillow!

u/MySherona · 4 pointsr/TwoXChromosomes

A couple years ago for Christmas, I made my mother-in-law Celine Dion undies.

I just got a package of cotton briefs (Ew. the reconnaissance for this gift involved talking to my FIL about the type of panties she wore. Aw-kward.) Then I got printable iron-on transfer sheets, and printed out the images I wanted. I did a couple in photoshop, with the text tool as well. ("My Fart Will Go On," terrible, I know.)

The stuff that I used, on Amazon I found that if you get it a little hotter than they say, it actually kind of fuses into the fabric.

I was so worried that she wouldn't think they were funny, (she's an attorney and pretty conservative) but thankfully, she found them hysterical.

Good luck!

u/ohliamylia · 3 pointsr/DIY

You can actually buy 'printable fabric'. It's a thin sheet of cotton stuck to a 8.5x11 piece of paper. You print out whatever you want and then peel the fabric off the backing (I don't know how it's attached but the fabric isn't sticky afterward). I've also seen silk, and I've seen it come in rolls if you want something longer than 11 inches. I've used both in the past (cotton and silk), and the lines come out nice and crisp. I got mine at Jo-anns. Here's the stuff that comes in a roll.

u/nrxia · 2 pointsr/mylittlepony

Here's an idea: get crafty! With arts and crafts, that is, where you're only limited by your imagination (and money and time too I suppose...)

Buy a generic back pack and decorate it with pins and patches and iron-ons and dangly doo-hickies all that you can make (or order online) yourself! Seriously, it doesn't take much to get one of those button-makers. It'll come in handy later when your little filly gets a bit older and runs for student council, amiright?

You can buy iron-on stuff at almost any large retailer or hobby/crafts store. Try something compatible with your home printer and see how that works.

Patches are a little bit more complicated but still within reach. You can design your own and have them created by companies over the internet. Most of them offer iron-on backing for a little extra, and it doesn't take much to add a little extra stitching for added security. Most of the time all you need is a vector image and those are easy enough to find. Typically you're limited to a 3" x 3" square. Another catch too is you'll probably have to order a half dozen or so, which is okay too if your daughter has friends to share with.

If you're feeling adventurous, try stencil-making! Buy those little blind-bag toys and attach key ring loops on them. Search the internet for toys and trinkets to hang off of the bag. These are all fun creative learning experiences that you can share together. This is also her back pack and it can be a canvass for self-expression. I haven't met a girl yet that didn't want to express herself. Buy her a good quality pack and it'll last a lot longer than any average plastic Wal-Mart bag. It might not be an official product, but when has that been an issue for this community? If you need help, well, that's what we're here for. She can invest a little bit of herself into making it and maybe she'll care about it all that much more (or maybe I'm just being sickeningly optimistic. It's just a back pack after all...)

If I've learned anything from the DIY Channel, it's that all you need is a hot glue gun and a heaping helping of ambition! Good times. Now get out there and make an awesome back pack and report back with pictures!

Links - A Pink Backpack. Start here and apply ponies.

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u/Badatcounting · 2 pointsr/sewing

Maybe this is what you need?
Avery Printable Fabric for Inkjet Printers, 8.5 x 11 Inches, Pack of 5 (03384) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0000C0CJZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_Wv64BbWN7PX94

u/boothin · 2 pointsr/streetwear

They make printable fabric http://www.amazon.com/Avery-Printable-Fabric-Printers-03384/dp/B0000C0CJZ

This is different from the iron stuff. It's actual fabric.

u/givealittle · 2 pointsr/knitting

That's great! I recently bought some fabric printer paper like this so that I can print my own labels. You can also buy a fixative to "make your own" printer fabric.

Or you could always support an Etsy seller and have them print them for you, like devilsfoodadvocate said.

u/picklesandrainbows · 1 pointr/lost

We went to a uniform supply store and bought scrubs. Then used some iron on transfers, like this

We also made a few totes that day for each station.