Note* if you are looking for information on printing fabric with an inkjet printer and or, a homemade Bubble Jet Set solution......please click on the "Tutorials" tab above
Once you have printed on fabric using your inkjet printer the pieces will need to be rinsed. I left my printed pieces overnight before rinsing. I use a little bit of Retayne in my rinse water to help set the ink. Here is a look at a piece in the rinse bath......I wanted you to see that there is no ink floating about.
this small quilt is about 20 inches square, so it is a great candidate for pin basting with those little foam bits I talked about here
image. Occasionally, I agree to do a presentation/trunk show and am not always able to do a slide show, I was looking for a way to show some pieces that I no longer own. I know it not the same as the "real" thing......but viewers will be able to get a sense of the original design.
I have printed a few different images so that I can make quick "replicas"