Inkjet fabric printing experiment!

I finally got round to giving this a go. Basically it’s a sheet of cotton fabric (poplin weight) with a paper backing. You just print out your design or photo etc – it dries really quickly – rinse it (actually no ink came off anyway)- wait for it to dry – peel off the paper backing – iron. I used it for a little bag for wooden bird whistles (Storysacks) – the box had broken so I scanned the information, tidied it up in Photoshop and printed it out on the fabric, cut them out and sewed the pieces onto the bag fabric. I’m really pleased with the quality of the result, I’ll definitely use it  in future. I need to do a few washing tests next – it says hand wash or dry clean.

£10.25 for pack of 6 sheets from http://www.craftycomputerpaper.co.uk/.Cotton-Washable_002.htm made by Blumental Craft

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