Deighton's Silver Smocking Transfer dots show up on light and dark fabrics, they may be difficult to see on heavily patterned fabric
One sheet in each pack, save money when buying more than one sheet
How to use Transfer Dots:
Place the transfer over the wrong side of the material, being careful to put it on accurately and leaving space for a seam.
Iron off the dots, using a moderately hot iron and peeling off the tissue paper immediately behind the iron as it passes along,
if the dots do not iron off then run your iron over the sheet again.
Transfer sheet come in several sizes
Size 'A' 8mm x 9mm 19 rows per sheet
Size 'B' 9mm x 6mm 29 rows per sheet
Size 'G' 5mm x 7mm 23 rows per sheet
Size 'H' 6mm x 9mm 19 rows per sheet
Size 'K' 4mm x 4mm 37 rows per sheet
Size 'O' 3mm x 6mm 28 rows per sheet
Size 'Q' 6mm x 6mm 28 rows per sheet
Sheet size 20 cm x 115 cm (8" x 45" appx)
Will not transfer well on fabrics with a cut spot unless you remove the cut spot because of the uneven surface
See video on how to use these dots
Do not iron off more rows than required as they are not designed to wash off
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Very useful products that works very well. Fast delivery too!
Difficult to get all the dots to transfer Reply - Sorry to here this, some fabrics if they have a manmade element can mean you have to go over the dots a second time or if the fabric is very patterned ie Liberty, then the dots transfer but you just cannot see them in the pattern.
I made a sacque which was easy, I’ve been sewing a very long time. The baby I made it for has not arrived yet, but I expect it to be very useful. I was pleased to receive my previous order that I have ordered some more dots.
Perfect product and really helpful advice when asked.
Great transfers, very easy to use, just make sure you don't transfer more rows than you need as they may show through on the right side of lighter material.
Love this item, saves the laborious task of transferring smocking grid to fabric.
It's the first time I've used these transfers and I was very pleased with the result. These (iron-on) dots showed up beautifully on the fabric I was due to smock. I was thinking I was going to have to invest in a pleating contraption - I'm glad I tried these first...not least because the pleating machine looks like a medieval device for torturing people (most probably ME)! ;-)
After I tried the silver dots I reviewed to say they didn’t work for me, a few days later I received a replacement, lighter dots to show on my fabric. I didn’t ask for this but was delighted by the customer service, how thoughtful to do this so I’m giving full marks for a brilliant business and customer service, thank you Louise - You are welcome, getting the right dot for fabric can be tricky. Thanks Christine
Hi, I left the iron the cotton/hemp fabric for as long as I dare, about 1.5 min on the hottest iron and the dots didn’t transfer, the fabric I dark so I thought silver would show...? Hi Louise, the yellow ones are designed to show up on dark fabrics, although no colours show up particularly well on Liberty fabrics . Really as per the instructions included you should sweep the iron over the fabric slowly, if you hold it too long they will just melt off. Please see the video attached to the product. Thanks Christine