7 of 12 Blog reader comments *googled home laser printer and some said because it uses heat in the process the fabric may be stiffer so sample test. *This site had a way to set the ink (with bubble jet set and bubble jet rinse) so the fabric could be washed. http://quiltbug.com/Articles/bubble-jet-set.htm *vinegar to set the ink after you print it. *Soak fabric in a vinegar bath for 5-10 min then wash. Cheaper than Bubble Jet Set!"
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The tip I have shared with others with this question is to try just printing the whole pattern at about 80% instead of 100% (you can adjust it in Adobe reader, or use a copy machine). You can also cut the binding that goes around the leg and waist holes a bit shorter so that you have to stretch it more as you sew it on, and that will make them more snug- and of course make the waist elastic smaller.
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