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.
3b of 12 Vintage Photo Pillows. Cut a piece of freezer paper the size of a 8.5 x 11 piece of computer paper. Then, just iron it on to the back of the fabric that you'd like to print the photo on. Cut the fabric to the size of the freezer paper after it's been ironed on. UPDATE: I had a reader who commented and then found a solution that you can prepare your fabric with that will "set" the ink so that it's permanent and can be washed in the future. It's called Bubble Jet Set
Freezer Paper Stenciling: quick & easy alternative to screen printing when you want to make a simple one of a kind piece. Works great on t-shirts, pillowcases, bags, etc. Supplies: Fabric Freezer Paper (found near the saran wrap in the grocery store) Fabric Paint Iron Exacto Knife Foam Paint Brush Cardboard
Waxed-Paper-Transfer. Basically the only difference was I sprayed adhesive onto a piece of paper and attached the wax paper and trimmed it down to the size of the paper. It makes it easier to go through the printer.