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  • Mary Byers Wilburn

    How to print on fabric - I so needed this right now - was just going to go buy some more of the fancy stuff from JoAnn and this will save me some serious cash!!!

  • Dinah Horsman

    Polish The Stars: How To: Print On Fabric. ~ Be sure to heat set it by ironing it after it's printed if you plan to wash it. Try folding over the fabric at the bottom and taping. Use freezer paper or label sheet.

  • Lisa Dillon

    DIY how to print on fabric

  • Janis Thiery


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  • Di Livingston

    There are some at Hobby lobby that set with ironing and you can hand wash them.

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Iron freezer paper to a piece of cotton (or silk!) fabric and print stuff on it right from your home printer! @Mrs. Coffee perfect for that "CRAP I'm awesome" pillow.

  • Sharon Switalski

    What kind of printer do you use because it will not go thru our HP?

  • Colleen Garland

    Are you using an inkjet printer and cutting the paper a bit larger than 8.5" x 11" so the machine has something to grab onto? It worked in my little old Cannon.