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11 Jul 2009 17:52 #36573

  • Sewdreamy
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Hi, I have used the specially treated and my own prepared fabrics (I just iron it onto freezer paper), and set the saturation level on the ink up about 25 percent. Then I let it dry for 15 minutes, remove the backing, if any, and heat set it with my iron. After that, I rinse it in water, drip dry it and iron it again. I have not had it fade and the colors are usually great. Hope this helps.

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Fabric 10 Jul 2009 22:05 #36547

I use Printed Treasures. It has the best results.
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22 Jun 2009 15:27 #36161

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Use Bubble Jet Set or buy the specially prepared fabrics. They now come in cotton lawn, silk, and organza, in addition to the regular cotton.

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18 Jun 2009 18:22 #36077

Just get Bubble Jet 2000 and follow the instructions on the back
Betty
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Printing on fabric 18 Jun 2009 08:34 #36063

Help I have been quilting for years, however want to try something new. Printing on fabric, I know how but need to know how to set it so it will not fade. Any ideas or tried and true means.
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