[VIDEO] How to Print on Fabric with an Inkjet Printer and Freezer Paper – Washable as Well! by Domenica Tootell | Feb 6, 2015 | 6 comments This content has been moved. You can now find it here 🙂 You might also like: A New Mission:To Work Out How to Print on Fabric and Make it Washable! How To Print On Fabric Update and Why I Need a New Printer Practice Sewing on Paper – Pivoting [VIDEO] Tips for Cleaning and Maintaining Your Sewing Machine at Home (Top Loading Bobbin) Powered by YARPP. 6 Comments Linda on 28 April, 2015 at 11:41 pm Excellent tutorial! I have often wondered how the freezer paper method would work! I have been buying the fabric sheets from the craft store,but they are very expensive. I like the iron-on adhesive on the back. Any suggestions on what could be used to produce the same on the printer sheets? Thank you so much for sharing! Reply Domenica Tootell on 29 April, 2015 at 6:04 am Thanks, Linda! You’ve got me thinking now! I would use Vliesofix (adhesive transfer paper May have a different name for you) to apply the adhesive onto the back. I’ve never thought about ironing the fabric straight onto Vliesofix and then printing onto the fabric. This would would make things easier with getting the adhesive on the back of the fabric, but I’m not sure if it will damage the printer at all….the adhesive may gum up the printer. I’ll need to test this and get back to you! Thanks for dropping by! Domenica Reply Dawna on 8 May, 2016 at 4:14 am I have had good luck with using 505 fabric adhesive sprayed unto a sheet of white card stock and then adhering a piece of white fabric to that. Then I trim and run it through my printer. Some printers won’t print because of the added weight but I think you could do the same process with an ordinary piece of printer paper. Doesn’t seem to harm my printer in anyway. I use the printer setting, the drying time, and the Retyne ideas that you suggested. So far so good. Reply Domenica Tootell on 16 May, 2016 at 7:37 pm Great to hear! I think as long as you can stabilise the fabric the printer should accept it and print on it. Good to know the adhesive spray works. Does the fabric come off of the paper easily once you are done? Does it leave any residue on the fabric? Thanks for stopping by! Reply Sheryl on 8 May, 2016 at 1:30 pm Thank you so much for this tutorial. I have enjoy it so much. I have always been a bit scared of putting fabric in my printer. Never knew how till now. Again Thank you. Reply Domenica Tootell on 16 May, 2016 at 7:35 pm So glad I could be of help to you. I’d love to see any photos of your printing on fabric! Reply Submit a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Sign up to our newsletter! This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.