Love it. Hope to make one myself one day. Happy Stitching
Most of the work is in the preparation of the pictures.I hope you will do it.
Love it ,love it. You are marvelous!.
Thank you Miss Lillian. You make me blush
Absolutely fantastic! Will be a family treasure for sure. Hugs. Nan
Thank you. I hope she will feel the same way
You are a BOSS! What a great quilt. I'm sure you have made someone very happy. I used to do picture quilts and used lots of awful chemicals and such. I'm glad to see that the process has evolved.
Thank you. Yes it was very easy and sooooo much cheaper.
It's an heirloom! You are an amazing woman being able to figure out how to do this. Kudos to you for doing such a special quilt for a special family member.
I am always amazed what one can learn on Youtube.
Lifetimes full of memories! Great job and fabulous presentation. Well done Angie, it will go on for years and years. Love Chris
Thanks Chris. I hope she will love and cherish it.
This is wonderful! Also, beautiful Angie! It makes me want to cry because it's filled with so many memorable pictures. It will be treasured, for sure....I'm afraid my printer would make a mess. I can't even print readable paper copies.
She has not seen it yet, but another family member also said it makes her cry.
Great job, Angie.....and also a well kept "secret" about printing fabric with a laser printer....something that not all want let out of the bag!
Oh oh. Am I in trouble? Actually friends of mine had done this with their inkjet and the purchased material for that purpose They said the material felt stiff. Not with this method.
wow, very impressive !!!!! great job !!
Oh, Wow! This is stunning! What a fabulous heirloom you have created!
That looks great, so you use the fabric for Incjetprinters for your Laserprinter?? Did you already wash that Quilt?? I wonder if the Pictures get lighter after washing.But you did a super job, i like it very much.
Oh no Gabi. That fabric for inkjets would have caused a whole mess, since laser printers use heat. I used plain white cotton material, ironed on freezer paper, cut it into page size and printed it feeding it manually through the printer. After that it needed to be heat set. Before I started this project I tester fabric by washing it and it was fine.
Thanks for posting the tutorial! Seems fairly easy.
And explain how you set with heat. I know an iron, but.....
I ironed with the highest setting on both sides after having removed the freezer paper.
Thank you sew much Angie for explaining it to my ol brain lol, i really appreciate it and it looks sew beautyful.