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Use Your Inkjet Printer with our pre-treated Fabric Sheets to create
fabric, memory quilts, artist cards, clothing, quilt labels and other crafts!

Easy to use. 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 soft, natural hand of the fabric. After printing, simply remove the paper backing, and you're left with a beautiful, natural, printed piece of fabric to sew or use in crafts. Our customers say they are the softest they've ever used.

Just follow our simple Step by Step Directions if you plan to wash the fabric later. You don't even need a computer to print on fabric. With an all-in-one inkjet printer/scanner you can print on fabric right from your digital camera memory card (or using a USB cord) depending on your printer model. Or simply lay your photo right on the glass and copy it onto the fabric sheet. 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 printing on paper, there is always the possibility a new ink will not work with any chemically treated fabric sheet. If you are planning to purchase a new inkjet printer for printing on fabric, purchase it from a store that allows you to return or exchange it for another model (if you find it will not work well for fabric). Most office supply stores give you 30 days to return or exchange a printer for any reason. Ask before you purchase. I always purchase the optional extended warranty coverage as well.

Do not to use ink formulated for photographs (usually called photo ink) as it contains chemicals not compatible with fabric sheets. We also recommend using only printer manufacturer's ink.  Stay away from off-label brands and recycled ink as they often contain 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 if new information is learned).

Cotton Fabric Sheets

In 2002 we did extensive testing of all available fabric sheets to find the best one to offer our customers. After experiencing printer jams, stiff fabric, sticky residue, colors that run, etc. we were excited for the opportunity to work with a fabric company and come up with our own. People tell us it is the softest they have ever tried. All of our fabric sheets (cotton, bamboo and silk) run consistently in all of our inkjet printers. We are happy to pass savings on to our customers for our larger cotton packs.

Click here to see the available packs of cotton fabric sheets and place an order: Cotton Fabric Sheets.

Silk Fabric Sheets

We also wanted to offer a great Silk Satin Fabric Sheet for our customers and were thrilled to find we could also get Silk Broadcloth, Charmeuse, Chiffon, Habotai (aka China Silk) and Organza. We even put together a special sample pack so you can try them all!

Our silk prices fluctuate with the market, and with the new import charges, may be going way up soon. I'm not sure how long we will be able to offer them at this price, so get them while you can. We have held the price on all of our fabric sheets as low as we can since we began offering them (with very few price increases). Because of fluctuating market prices, we have decided not to offer our silk fabric sheets wholesale any more so our retail customers can continue to obtain them as long as possible.

Click here to see our collection of silk fabric sheets and place an order: Silk Fabric Sheets.

Bamboo Fabric Sheets

We are pleased to offer our exclusive Bamboo inkjet printable fabric sheet for customers making nature quilts or just wanting a more environmentally friendly fabric sheet! Available in twill or sheeting, you can't go wrong with either. Both are wonderfully soft, shrinking a bit more than cotton or silk after you do the dip step (especially horizontally), but after they dry, you can iron them flat and get a little back. Our bamboo twill is not as heavy or textured as traditional cotton twill. The sample twill sheets I've printed come out with a creamy ivory background, while the sheeting background looks more 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 bamboo fabric 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, bamboo will be a very good choice for many.

Click here to see our bamboo fabric sheet packs and place an order: Bamboo Fabric Sheets.

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

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