Here’s how to print on fabric using photos straight from your computer onto fabric in your inkjet printer. Using the printing techniques below, you can also print your own custom fabric for tags, clothes and crafts, and DIY decor projects.
Have you ever wondered how to use your printer to print on fabric? If so, check out these fabulous tutorials showing you how to do just that! An easy process that has endless possibilities of what you could create!
1. How to Print Photos on Fabric
How to Print Photos on Fabric using a drop cloth no-sew design. You can use this same exact technique to create any home decor, not just seasonal. Just choose your favorite design have a little fun creating. It is inexpensive and can be used for so many different craft and home decorating ideas.
2. How to Print Images on Fabric with an Inkjet Printer
Inkjet printers can print on fabric materials, including silk, nylon, and other synthetic fibers. Learn How To Print Images on Fabric with an Inkjet Printer. In this video, Fee will be making a Dilly Bag From Start To Finish.
3. How to Print on Burlap Fabric
One of the easiest and most affordable materials to print on is fabric. It’s also one of the most versatile – it can be used for furniture, pillows, tablecloths, and more. Find out how to print on fabric here.
4. How To Print on Fabric using Freezer Paper
Learn how to print text or an image on fabric using freezer paper. It’s easy and a great way to add a unique personalized touch to a garment, apron or tablecloth.
Roseann shows you how to make this adorable calendar as well as fabric tags by printing on fabric using freezer paper.
5. How to Transfer Images Onto Fabric
Rachel shows you an easy way to transfer images onto fabric using a home printer. I have used a few methods for image transfer and these are the best methods for front load printers. Rachel also answers frequently asked questions and her expert tips. This is a great ultimate guide!
6. Printing on fabric at home
Heather hooks us up with her ultimate guide to printing on fabric. According to Heather, there are four key ways to print directly on fabric from your home computer. Each requires you to cut the fabric to size. Click here as she explains each option and then gives you a brief tutorial. The instructions will work for all methods of printing on fabric.
7. DIY Printed Fabric Labels
Linda made a bunch of DIY Fabric Labels with Made with love by Mommy on them AND the size of the clothing garment. Brilliant idea! Another added bonus to putting labels in your handmade clothing is it makes it easy for your child to know which side is the back.
8. How to Print on Fabric and Make Wall Art
Angie Holden shows you how to print on fabric and created her $1 art using cardstock, a printer, and spray adhesive.
With an inkjet printer, you can print patterns onto fabric for home decorations. Of course, you can buy fabric with pre-printed patterns on the web. So why bother printing on fabric at all? It allows you to customize and personalize your craft or home decor project into someone special and one-of-a-kind.
9. Image Transfer Method
This tutorial will show you how to use your inkjet printer at home. The secret to the image transfer method of printing on fabric technique is so simple and the use of large shipping labels. Donna says to Forget the spray glue adhesive and freezer paper. It is very easy to do and requires no messy chemicals to transfer your image to fabric.
10. How to Stencil on Fabric
How to Stencil on Fabric with a FREE Cow Print Printable Template – Now That’s Peachy created a FREE Cow Print stencil template for you to download, print, and cut to use on all your DIY projects and to use on this easy fabric stenciling tutorial