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  • Donna Lemons

    FABRIC PRINTING! Did you know you don’t have to buy those fancy schmancy fabric printer sheets to have quality printed fabric? Did you know you don’t have to buy that fancy schmancy solution to soak your own fabric in beforehand? Here is a quick no-fail recipe to get the best results with the most vibrant colors when printing on fabric…

  • Janet Gyurina

    Quick no fail recipe for vibrant colours when printing fabric

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