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Washable Quick Fuse Inkjet Fabric Sheets - White

Washable Quick Fuse Inkjet Fabric Sheets - White
US$ 12.95 / each

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8 1/2" x 11" Three sheets, for Inkjet Printers and Copiers

Washable Quick Fuse Inkjet Fabric Sheets for color inkjet printers and copiers. Package contains three 8 1/2" x 11" sheets, White Fabric. Quick Fuse Inkjet Fabric Sheets enable you to print or copy photos, graphics or text directly onto fabric. Instantly! It's quick, easy to use and allows you to personalize memory quilts, pillows, clothing, totes, aprons, scrapbooks, photo album covers and more. Quick Fuse Inkjet Fabric Sheets work in color inkjet printers and copiers. They are fusible, colorfast and washable. Simply print directly onto the fabric and then press onto a project. Quick Fuse Inkjet Fabric Sheets may be fused to fabric, cardboard, card stock, wood, or any porous, heat resistant surface. Quick Fuse Inkjet Fabric Sheets must be fused to project surface first, BEFORE laundering.

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