Printing on Fabric
Use freezer paper and your home printer to print on fabric for personalized patches, appliques or other projects.
Things you’ll need:
One sheet of printer paper
Lightweight fabric (quilting cotton is an excellent choice)
Things to do:
1. Iron a piece of freezer paper larger than a standard sheet of printer paper onto your fabric.
2. Using the standard paper as a template. Cut the freezer paper/fabric down to size. Cutting it to size after ironing it on helps reduce the risk of frayed edges that could catch in your printer.
3. Once cut to size, load your freezer paper backed fabric into the printer as you would regular paper and print.
4. Spray the fabric lightly with fixative and allow it to dry completely before using.