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Thread: Has anyone used this product?

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    Super Member Quilt Mom's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by iluvsewing68
    Are the C. Jenkins miracle fabric sheets available at Joann's or Staples?
    I went on the internet to find them. I do not get to stores often enough to know if they are available at the big chain stores. If you want to try them, they are having a sale (e-mail came out yesterday). You can order a pkg of 30 sheets for 25% off - use coupon #1355 at checkout. I will try to post a link... Hope it works :roll:

    http://www.cjenkinscompany.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quilt Mom
    Quote Originally Posted by iluvsewing68
    Are the C. Jenkins miracle fabric sheets available at Joann's or Staples?
    I went on the internet to find them. I do not get to stores often enough to know if they are available at the big chain stores. If you want to try them, they are having a sale (e-mail came out yesterday). You can order a pkg of 30 sheets for 25% off - use coupon #1355 at checkout. I will try to post a link... Hope it works :roll:

    http://www.cjenkinscompany.com/
    Thank you for the info, I'll check it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Japonica
    Hi,
    I have finally finished designing a rag memory quilt for my stepson's 50th birthday and want to start printing out the pictures. I am very much a newbie, so bear with me. I have fabric that you can print on and I also just bought Leslie Riley's Transfer Artist Paper. It's supposed to wash up very well after you iron it onto fabric. Since I am making a rag quilt, I like to rinse them at least two or three times to get the full "ragging" I possibly can. My question is this? Will the photos fade? I am going to print the photos in black and white to give it an antique feel. All input and advice is most welcome. Thank you all!
    Japonica
    Well I tested the Transfer Artist Paper...TERRIBLE! I then printed on T-shirt transfer paper, not bad. Looks like I will have to print on fabric then sew it. I am getting very frustrated with this whole process. Reisizing the photos about put me over the edge!!!!! Help!!!!!! I need encouragement. My stepsons Mom already said to just do a scrapbook. No, No, No! I want to make him a special rag quilt.
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    I think Bubble Jet Set is the best buy. I have a bottle that I have had for years. You treat your own fabric and put it through the printer with a piece of freezer paper ironed on the back of the paper. Works great, washes up well. Just follow the directions on the bottle exactly.

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    Bubble Jet Set is put out by C. Jenkins. It is what they treat their fabrics with, which makes the process easier for quilters. (rather than having to treat your own fabrics) Theirs are treated and backed, ready to put through the printer.

    Quote Originally Posted by luckylindy333
    I think Bubble Jet Set is the best buy. I have a bottle that I have had for years. You treat your own fabric and put it through the printer with a piece of freezer paper ironed on the back of the paper. Works great, washes up well. Just follow the directions on the bottle exactly.

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