Post # 1
So, I just saw these AMAZING ring pillows on etsy: http://www.etsy.com/shop/Freshline?section_id=7371813
I TOTALLY want to make something with a saying that that is super important to my Fiance and me! Does anyone have an idea of how I could do it??? HELP!!!
Post # 3
@bfh426: Hmm, I’m not super crafty, so hopefully another bee can help you out with ideas, but what about making it on a computer and using the screen print/iron on type of materials to place it on the fabric of your choice?
If you want something a little more professional looking, maybe a custom printer in your area can make one. We have a gal in town that makes tshirts that are very reasonably priced, and they have all the materials needed to print/embroider on most any fabric. From there you can sew on the fringe, bobbles, or extra bows and ties yourself.
Post # 4
Those are printed on fabric. There is a special printer that prints directly to fabric and you will prob want to check with your local fabric store to find out who does that in your area.
You could always try printing a whole page iron on, which you can pick those up at office depot. You just print it then iron it on to regular fabric cut out and sew together.
Post # 5
Spoon Flower (http://www.spoonflower.com/welcome) is great for custom printed fabric. You just upload a file/image and can get it printed in various fabrics/sizes/etc. You should be able to design your image in photoshop/design program, save it as a jpeg, upload it, and have it printed and delivered to you for under $15. Then, just sew it into a square pillow with a solid color backing. GL!
Post # 6
Thanks girls! When I was out looking for Bubble jet 2000 today I saw the fabric panels that you can put through the printer. They looked really cool. the problem is I don’t really want to have to sew it to another piece of fabric and THEN make the pillow. Do you know if it stays sticky when you peel the paper off the back? The other pain is that you have to rinse the fabric after. So whether I use the bubble jet 2000 or the fabric panels I have to do something to the fabric–either before or after. I guess its a toss up. I do like the idea of having someone else print it FOR me! I’m going to check that website out! THANKS!!!