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Re: [BKARTS] printing on cloth



You can find pre-cut, paper backed cotton cloth sheets (in a package of 10
or so) at many fabric/craft stores, like Jo-Ann's.  The fabric is also
available on a roll.  It can be a bit spendy and if you're printing a large
quantity, you might want to make your own sheets, treating the fabric with
Bubble Jet Set and fusing to freezer paper, as someone else has already
mentioned.

I've used the readymade sheets in my Epson and they work beautifully.

best,
suzanne

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Marnie Reed Crowell" <MRCrowell@xxxxxxx>

> The recent book cloth thread has been interesting. Now how about telling
me
> the best way to put that book cloth through my Epson ink jet printer?
Either
> the  homemade book cloths or some favorite commercial kind?

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