Printing On Wax Paper And Ironing Onto Fabric
Load the wax paper into the printer and hit print.
Printing on wax paper and ironing onto fabric. Place the hot iron over the top left hand corner section of the brown paper. Wax paper won t stick as you ve found out. Hold the iron in place for 15 seconds. Cut the wax paper to about the width of a regular sheet of paper.
Repeat the process until the entire sheet is covered. Iron the fabric smoothly onto the freezer paper so they adhere. Set the iron to cotton. Cover the wax paper with the second cut piece of brown packaging paper.
Use freezer paper instead. Lay a piece of cotton fabric slightly over lapping on top of the freezer paper like in the previous example with the spray fixative. In other words the working surface is safely facing the bottom and the paper side of the freezer paper is facing you. Use your iron no steam to press the fabric onto the wax paper.
In this video you will see step by step instructions for printing on fabric along with a tip about what i do to make the fabric retain more of the ink when it has been washed as well. The two pieces will become one. Cut a piece of wax paper using a standard sheet of printer paper as your guide 8 5 x 11 inches. Dull side toward the iron.
It helps if you put the concave curving side down i find. Now place the plastic side of the freezer paper down on that. Now iron it together. Place the ironed sheet into your printer s tray so it s set to print on the fabric side.
Wax paper transfer tutorial duration. Set your iron to the dry and high setting lay the fabric on top of the freezer paper and make sure the shiny side of the freezer paper is facing the fabric. Place the working side of the fabric onto the ugly old ironing board you have lying around. How to make iron on t.
Iron the shiny side of the freezer paper to the cloth. Wax paper and scissors.