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Thread: Info about how fabric is printed

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    Super Member pjnesler's Avatar
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    I'm another quilter that worked in a somewhat similar industry - we silk screened on wood products - occasionally fabric also to complete dolls. I've loved manufacturing since I was a child and saw TV programs about manufacturing process. I really miss the process and people I worked with now that the jobs went overseas.

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    It's wonderful to get an inside glimpse of the process. Wouldn't it be great to see what changes there have been in the last couple of centuries? I imagine the production of printed fabrics used to involve a lot more human hands along the way.
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    That was great, thanks for sharing! I read Ken Kaufman's comments underneath the video window and am curious about the Made in the USA collection that will be coming out in April of 2013.
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