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Use Your Inkjet Printer with our Fabric Sheets
To Create Your Own Fabric, Memory Quilt, Scarves, Clothing and Crafts!

No messy chemicals or sticky residue. Print your custom fabric and sew it in the same day! These are the best inkjet printable fabric sheets you can buy. Unlike many inkjet fabric sheets, our bamboo, cotton and silk fabric sheets retain the natural hand of the fabric. After printing, simply remove the paper backing, and you're left with a beautiful, natural, soft printed piece of fabric to sew or use in crafts.

Just follow our simple Step by Step Directions if you plan to wash the fabric later. And you don't even need a computer to print on fabric any more. With the All-In-One inkjet printers out now you can print on fabric directly from your digital camera memory card or by laying your photos right on the glass. Use your favorite photos and drawings with our fabric sheets to create a memory quilt or wall hanging that will become a cherished family heirloom.

If you would like to purchase wholesale and sell our fabric sheets, please contact us val@vvprints.com for pricing.

Please note: Because inkjet printer manufacturers constantly come out with new inks, and most of their customers are just printing photos, there is always the possibility a new ink will not work with any fabric sheets. If you are planning to purchase a new inkjet printer for printing on fabric, purchase it from a store that will allow you to return it or exchange it for another model if you find it will not work on fabric. Most office supply stores give you 30 days to return or exchange it for any reason. We have had excellent results with HP's Photosmart line of printers.

Do not to use ink that is specifically formulated for photographs as it contains chemicals that are not compatible with fabric sheets. We also recommend using only printer manufacturer's ink.  Stay away from off-label brands and recycled ink to be safe as they sometimes use additives. Be sure to follow our Step by Step Directions as they're designed to work with our fabric sheets and will be updated as necessary.

Cotton Fabric Sheets

Since 2002 we have done extensive testing of cotton fabric sheets to find the best one to offer our customers. After experiencing printer jams, stiff fabric, sticky residue, colors that run, etc. we are excited to offer our own. People tell us it is the softest they have ever tried. They run consistently in all of our inkjet printers, and because they are made for us, we are able to offer very attractive discount pricing for larger packs.

To see the various packs of cotton fabric sheets and place an order, click on the cotton fabric sheets button at the top of the page.

Silk Fabric Sheets

We were hoping to find a great Silk Satin Fabric Sheet for our customers, but while working on that, we found we could also get Silk Charmeuse, Chiffon, Broadcloth, Habotai and Organza. And we even put together a special sample pack so you can try them all!

Word is that silk prices are going way up soon. I'm not sure how long we will be able to carry them at this price, so get them while you can. I will keep them at this price until the first order is sold out. But I'm afraid we will have to raise prices to cover costs the next time we order. If you are interested in purchasing our silk sheets wholesale, we can't offer the same margin as our cotton sheets, but we will give you the best price we can.

To see our collection of silk fabric sheets and place an order, click on the silk fabric sheets button at the top of the page.

Bamboo Fabric Sheets

Fantastic news! We are so excited about our newest fabric sheets, our exclusive Bamboo. The first and only (for now) inkjet printable Bamboo fabric sheet! Available in a twill and sheeting, you can't go wrong with either. Both are wonderfully soft, and shrink up a bit when you do the rinse step (especially horizontally), but after they dry you can iron them flat and get a little back. The bamboo twill is not as heavy or textured as cotton twill. The sample twill sheets I've printed came out a creamy while the sheeting was a brighter white. The bamboo sheeting is most similar to cotton poplin.

Did I say they are soft? Everyone who has seen and touched them has remarked on how incredibly soft they are. If you like sewing with cotton, but like silkscreening or overdyeing with COLORHUE dyes, you will love these sheets. The COLORHUE dyes strike instantly, just as with silk. And if you are looking for an environmentally-friendly fabric, you will not be disappointed. Bamboo is becoming more and more popular because of its versatility and renewability. Priced in between cotton and silk, it will be a very good choice for many.

To see our collection of bamboo fabric sheets and place an order, click on the bamboo fabric sheets button at the top of the page.

To see pictures of what others have made with our fabric sheets, click here: Customer Feedback & Pics.

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