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Photo to fabric pillow

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TC, one of my 5 cats

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Category Sewing
Type Home Decor
Style Cute
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What materials did you use? Cotton poplin photo to fabric cotton, Isacord embroidery thread, cotton fabrics, zipper, pillow form.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Start with a pillow form, I use the 14 x 14 inch pillow. It's your choice if you want to frame the picture and do embroidery.

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im wanting to make a quit for my grandson with all his favorite pictures. Can you tell me how to transfer the picture to fabric? the best fabrics to use? i do not have a printer, can i take whatever items needed to staples and have them copy for me? thank you. Just love your pillow!! diana..joshua76058@gmail.com

10/26/2011 Flag

You need an inkjet printer to use this type of photo fabric. I would call Staples or Office Depot and ask them if they could do it for you. I know they have laser printers but may have access to an inkjet. I get my photo fabric at Jo-Ann's fabrics but Avery has come out with a printable fabric #3384 and Staples and Office Depot carries Avery products. If they can

10/26/2011 Flag

If they can't do it, ask a friend. All you have to do is pick out the digital picture from your computer, put in the specail photo fabric and print. After it's done, wait a couple minutes, pull off the paper backing and rinse the fabric picture until clear in cool water. Some of the ink will come out. Because of this, I usually enhance my digital picture to print it darker to take this into account. If you need any further help, you can email me at doubledee@tampabay.rr.com

10/26/2011 Flag

what is modge podge?

03/20/2013 Flag

I have no idea

03/23/2013 Flag