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Thread: Fabric transfer

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    stcelia is offline Silver level (200+ posts)
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    Georgia, USA.

    Default Fabric transfer

    I think that I once read of a technique to transfer designs from regular printer (or was it copier) paper onto fabric. Does anyone know if this works and how permanent it is?

    I want to use a fabric pen on my bluejeans, but I'm afriad to freehand it. I was hoping to use the printer to get the right design, and then trace it with the fabric pen. If you have any idea how to do this, I'd love to hear. TIA.

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    Ksinglet Guest

    Default RE: Fabric transfer

    I don't know about using regular printer paper but you can buy iron on tranfer paper for your printer. I have used it to iron on photos of ds on tshirts for gifts to grandpa and grandma. If you are using it for blue jeans make sure to get the kind for a dark background. You can find iron on paper at almost any office supply place like Office Depot or Staples.

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