Added Jan 10, 2012
London, United K...
Using fabric digital print paper that you can print straight onto using your printer at home. Imagine what else you could do…..back of coats and jackets, sleeves, skirt hems and it comes in silk, linen, cotton etc. I get mine from Crafty Computer Papers an online company based in the uk.
Here is a link to my website where I show you step by step instructions of how to do this cardigan:
Computer digital printing fabric paper.
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