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Thread: Quilting labels on fabric, look here

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    http://g4w0500.houston.hp.com/activi...Val=50&onLoad=[type%20Function]

    where can i get the fabric to print on; is it the same kind you iron on t shirts etc?

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    your link does not work... maybe you can make a tiny url and repost....

    but i think with this stuff you buy the iron on paper and some light colored solid fabric...

    then you print what you want on the paper (in reverse i believe) and then iron it on to transfer the image...
    sorry im not much help

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    You can also print it out right on fabric, the iron on's do not hold up as well. If you use the search feature here, there are lots of tips and hints on doing this and what products to use :D

    Try this url

    http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/a...n&dlc=en&cc=us

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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    You can also print it out right on fabric, the iron on's do not hold up as well. If you use the search feature here, there are lots of tips and hints on doing this and what products to use :D

    Try this url

    http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/a...n&dlc=en&cc=us
    that is those i mean but i dont understand what or how to print :oops:

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    That looks so cool. Those would be awesome labels.

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    [/quote]
    that is those i mean but i dont understand what or how to print :oops: [/quote]

    You can buy fabric that is attatched to paper, you run that through your copier. It has to be an ink jet type copier, a laser copier will not work. You follow the instructions on what to do next off of the package. The iron on transfer paper goes through your copier too, and then you would iron on the transfer to your quilt. The iron on type does not hold up as well as the fabric would. You can find these products online, JoAnn's, Walmart, quilt shops, just about anywhere. Ooops, I just noticed you are not in the USA, not sure what is available in your country, but there is a lot available online :D

    Here are a couple posts from the board regarding printing on fabric

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/posts/list/15505.page

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/posts/list/476.page

    there are more, you can use the search tool right below the Quilting Board banner above this post :D

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