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Forget about printing on some transfer paper and then ironing it onto some fabric. With some freezer paper you can print right on the fabric itself. No need ...
Cloth? Check. Freezer paper? Check.
Cut a piece of fabric a little bit bigger than the 8.5"x11" that your printer can handle. Or, if you have a bigger printer, go bigger. Cut the ...
Place the working side of the fabric onto the ugly old ironing board you have lying around. Now place the plastic side of the freezer paper down on ...
Trim the combined fabric paper to something your printer can accept. For me, that's letter-size. For my friend, who bought a massive Epson printer while flush with cash, ...
You now have a piece of fabric that is supported by the attached piece of freezer paper. This makes the resulting combination solid enough to be grabbed by ...
Find some image you want on a piece of fabric and print away. You'll be surprised at the level of detail. This Instructables logo in the picture is ...
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