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Thread: How to make a photo quilt

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    Thanks for the info.....

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    She didn't mention setting the ink after printing. I thought you had to set it so it doesn't fade. Isn't there a companion liquid to the bubble jet that sets the ink?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornerstone quilter View Post
    She didn't mention setting the ink after printing. I thought you had to set it so it doesn't fade. Isn't there a companion liquid to the bubble jet that sets the ink?
    I noticed that too.
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    also you can upload your photo to www.spoonflower.com check their prices, order and have it send to you. I was very pleased with their work. it was much easier than trying to find someone with an ink jet printer, for me.

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    I use an Epson printer with durabrite ink, it doesn't have to be "set" and it is washable
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    Another place to get very high quality photo quilt squares is
    www.portraitquilts.com/memory-photo-quilt-gifts/photo-quilt-squares.

    They cost $12.00 each for any size, but are $9.00 if you buy 10 or more. You can call or email them for a free sample before you buy.

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