Print your own fabric. (Apparently one can also use white butcher paper - and therefore also freezer paper? - instead of printer paper with spray adhesive: iron butcher paper onto plain white cotton fabric, cut to 8.5" x 11", then run through the printer. Less messy! Either way, try the 5-minute soak in a vinegar bath, then all subsequent washing should be done by hand, then hang item to dry. Butcher paper tip from http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080302180837AAMY5Q3) Fabrics Diy, Prints Fabrics, Fabrics Prints, Diy Tutorial, Crafty, Fabrics I, Prints Direction, Fabrics Faces, Fab Prints
How to print on fabric You’ll need: Spray adhesive Scissors Plain Card Stock Muslin (or some other light, cotton fabric) Roll of Paper (or even newspaper, just something to protect your work surface.) Plus a computer & inkjet printer
How to print on fabric. Do steps in photo, then run fabric through printer to print directly on fabric side (not freezer paper side). Iron image to set. Rinse under water to remove excess ink. Will only work if printer uses water-resistant ink. Check manufacturer website for ink type.
6 Ways to Easily Print on Fabric with your Home Printer!! And a bonus tip to set the ink! #DIY