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Get those Christmas projects in early! We will be out of town and not filling orders from Dec. 20 until Dec. 31. We look forward to working with you on your photo project.
"Thank you so much. The color is perfect."
"I got my fabric print the other day. I was worried about the resolution but it's gorgeous! Thanks so much for the great job!"
Print Your Own Photos on Fabric
If you are comfortable using your computer and can print out paper copies of photos, you can certainly print your own images. The pretreated EQ Printables Fabric Sheets that we carry gave us the best results in the extensive survey we conducted for Quilter's Newsletter.
The fabric sheets come in three different weights. The original Regular is a 200-thread-count basic fabric good for most purposes.
Cotton Lawn is 240 thread count, and has a very soft hand. Another wonderful feature is that it doesn't ravel, so is perfect for raw-edge applique.
Cotton Satin is a studier fabric, 280 thread count. It has a slight sheen, and is recommended for clothing, purses, and other heavy uses.
Visit our Gift Shop!
Find the perfect gift for friends or family from quilted or framed wallhangings in our Gift Shop. Carefully selected commercial fabrics enhance beautiful photos. Great for birthdays, holidays, or other significant events.
Send your Photos to Us
We scan your photos into our computer and print with an inkjet printer directly onto EQ Printables pretreated fabric. Our process does not affect your photo in any way, and it will be returned in its original condition. We can also scan documents, such as wedding invitations, or make quilt labels.
Before we print the image, we can crop it to your instructions, enlarge the image, add text or a frame, and adjust the color for no additional charge.
We can also print larger images. See our Custom Prints section for more details and instructions. There is also an order form to print out and send with your order.
We look forward to working with you!
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