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Printing on fabric with home printer - iron fabric to freezer paper! Great little tutorial!

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How to Print on Fabric

How to Print on Fabric - love this!

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How to Print on Fabric - Freezer Paper Method

How to Print on Fabric - Freezer Paper Method - The Graphics Fairy

Cut your freezer paper to the size of a sheet of paper. I had cardstock Put the cut piece of freezer paper in your printer so that the plastic side receives the inkPrint your image in reverse, and be careful not to touch the ink Lay it down on the fabric where you want the graphic and iron it down. Make sure your iron is set on NO steam. I ironed about 60 seconds

How to print image on freezer paper and iron image onto fabric. So easy. Just make sure you print reverse image (see photos for more details)

SWEET! Use freezer paper to print on fabric! The article has a link to Bubble Jet Set and how to use it, so that you can set the ink, and be able to wash the fabric without ruining the picture too!

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How to Print on Fabric - Freezer Paper Method

Tutorial for Printing on Fabric

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Video: How to Bead a Motif Using a Template

[VIDEO: How to Bead a Motif Using a Template - Threads Magazine] Learn how to bead a beautiful motif using a freezer paper template with this Threads Essential Techniques video from Threads #169. (Beaded embellishment.)

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Inkjet Printing on Fabric

Tutorial: How to Print Directly on Fabric Using Freezer Paper. Use sheer organza or chiffon to later adhere to the surface of felt. Treat it with Bubble Set to make the inkjet printing permanent and washable. Follow the tutorial to iron the fabric onto freezer paper and print of the fabric. myb

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10 Sewing Tips I Learned That Changed My Life

As with life, along your sewing journey there are moments that change you. Things you learn that blow your mind, and change the way you do things. When things like this happen, it can totally alter the way you think about sewing. Stop you from cringing over sewing an armhole, from shying away from certain fabrics, or from making that expensive purchase. It can mean sewing freedom. Here are 10 […]