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What Is Fabric Image

Dec 6, 2015

 Nowadays, all kinds of fabric image appears in our life. But do you know what is fabric image?  You can easily personalize T-shirts, polo shirts or other clothing or fabric items by transferring images to the material with your inject printer and iron-on transfer paper, wax paper or freezer paper. Use your original photos or images to make one-of-a-kind clothing or fabric items. 

  Yes, what you use in your clothes is fabric image. Fabric image enriches your clothes with different pictures, and you can express your personality with it. However, the history and development of fabric image is very long. In ancient, people used all sorts of artificial methods to create different fabric image, such as characters, animals or flowers, which were usually given good meaning. The method of putting fabric image on the clothes are very complex.

  With the rapid development of technology, the method of transferring fabric image onto clothes are also improved. Print the image onto the transfer paper, using an inkjet printer after inserting the transfer paper into the printer with the appropriate side up, as per the package's instructions. Let the image dry before cutting it out. Do not cut the image itself, just cut a border around it to remove excess paper. Set the iron -- empty of water -- to the no-steam setting on high and allow it to heat up. Place the fabric face up on hard surface or on a tabletop covered with a pillowcase. If necessary, place cardboard in-between layers of fabric to protect the other fabric layers.

Using the new technology of fabric image, we can easily transfer what we what onto the clothes, meanwhile, we improve the efficiency and save more crafts and money. We can image with the development of technology and engineer, we will crate more beautiful fabric image. From imagination to fabric image, we have a long way to go.

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