Okay, got a weird question. I'm working on the quilt for my in-laws. I've got 100 pictures printed onto fabric, I bought the June Taylor fabric sheets. I don't remember the exact wording, but the whole thing will be dry clean only. It warned that the ink would run. So, stupid me, we get all those pictures printed, I'm working on each one seperatly so they don't fray on me. But these are very very very water sensitive. I had taken a sip of water and had a tiny dew drop off the bottom of the glass, I didn't see it and a picture set on it, the color ran. Now, I'm worried, I found June Taylor has a colorfast fabric sheet that you heat set, then do a water setting thing. But is there anyway to make the kind I bought a little bit water friendly?? I really can't afford to redo all these pictures with new fabric sheets, the costs of what I bought are $11.00 for 10 sheets, the other is $13.00 for 3 sheets. I have more pictures to print, but I really don't want to redo all the work I just did. Yet, I am so scared the quilt will be ruined because of something as silly as water. Any ideas?? Thanks!!