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Thread: two quilted panels and printing on fabric

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    My hand quilted panels . And what not to do when fabric printing . I was fairly new to computers and didn't know you had to use treated fabric . It looks good , but keep it away from moisture or poof goes your picture !

    Annie
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    yep, learned that the hard way, too. mom and i were working on a block for one of her friends with a quote that we had printed. we had it 3/4 of the way put together and my iron spit on the printing. left big ink spots. so we took it apart and started over!

    your hand quilting is beautiful. i love the wolves!

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    Thank you Fabricluvr. I'm glad I'm not the only one that used untreated fabric . Iguess I thought the ink would be permanent like it is on your fingers at times . That picture is near and dear to me . That is my son , his fiance and newborn son . The baby was premature . He had a breathing problem , I wasn't sure he was going to make it . But he came through fine . He will be 4 yrs old in March .

    The steam from iron is how I found it ink wasn't permanent , too ! What a dummy ! :lol:

    :P Happy Stitching Annie

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    I really love your picture quilt. Nice job on them all.

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