Cotton Satin (283tc) Inkjet Fabric
Cotton Satin (283tc) Inkjet Fabric
6 sheets per pack
25 sheets per pack
Thread count: 283
Available sizes: 8.5" x 11"
Sheets per pack: 6 and 25
New look, same great product! Our packaging has changed, but the fabric is the same! See the image at the left to help you recognize your favorite EQ Printables product.
$26.95 — $88.95
EQ Printables Sewable Inkjet Fabric Sheets
Print sharp, photo-quality images onto these amazingly soft inkjet fabric sheets. Take photos with your camera or use a scanner for old hand-written letters, a child’s artwork, or any cherished item you’d like to use in your next project. Once printed, let the ink dry, peel off the plastic backing, and soak. When the fabric dries, sew! It’s that easy!
Cotton Satin is 283-thread count, premium 100% fine-combed cotton satin-weave fabric. Perfect for tote bags, pillows, t-shirt quilts, wearables, and more!
- 8½” x 11″ warm-white fabric
- Easy-to-peel plastic backing
- No setting agent required
- Colorfast and washable (hand wash only if necessary)
- For inkjet printers only
Print, Soak, and Sew!
The best photo quality and softest inkjet fabric sheets in the industry!
PRINT: Print onto the fabric using an inkjet printer. No special inks or printer settings required! Allow the ink to dry for about 15 minutes, then remove the fabric from the easy-to-peel plastic backing.
SOAK: Soak the printed fabric sheet in room-temperature water for 10 minutes to remove the excess printer ink. Carefully rinse until the water runs clear. This process sets the ink without losing any color or quality!
SEW: When dry, the fabric is ready to sew into your project!
Complete instructions included. View instructions now by clicking the How to Use tab above.
What makes our fabric sheets better than the rest?
Our Inkjet Fabric Sheets are the best value for the price.
Our fabric feels just like fabric-store fabric – or even softer. You can even quilt over it!
Our fabric holds the printed image better than other brands.
How to Use
How to Use
How to use Inkjet Fabric Sheets
Get more information and tips on our Support Site. Click below for printable instructions (PDF).
WARNING: These cotton sheets are specially treated to absorb dye inks. Please be aware that the sheets will absorb and trap loose dyes in your wash water much like a color catcher. For this reason, we recommend that you wash the other fabrics with a color catcher BEFORE sewing the inkjet fabric sheet(s) into your project. Other fabrics (especially batiks) will release excess dyes when washed. Prewashing your fabrics to eliminate loose dye in the wash water will keep your inkjet fabric sheet(s) from absorbing the excess dyes.
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I have tried several brands of fabric sheets and find your printables produce the best picture quality. I have made many picture pillows for friends and family celebrating special occasions or milestones and have always received high praises for the clarity of the fabric sheets. In addition, I have made two large picture quilts, each with 20 – 25 pictures and the recipients have been moved to tears of joy both times. I never worry about how nice a fabric sheet will print when using your products. Plus your quick delivery and careful packaging are greatly appreciated. Thank you for your attention to detail and high quality.
“Made a pillow for my son & DIL’s first anniversary using these prepared fabric sheets. They loved it so much that they asked me to put their wedding photos on another pillow. Found it easy to work with. Designed the artwork using a program that you can use for making fliers with for their anniversary pillow. Also put some of my own photos on the material to make more pillows. Used the “matte” paper setting on my photo program for printing the photos out on the fabric sheets because the photo program didn’t have fabric sheets listed on it. Had no problems with processing the fabric sheets through my Canon inkjet printer.”
“Your product – Premium Cotton Lawn Inkjet Fabric Sheets – they are the best! I have just finished my first photo project – a quilt for my parents 50th Anniversary this Saturday. I started this project (late) and went searching for the “best” product. Long story – short. I used [another fabric] and now know I will ONLY buy your product! Your product printed better, brighter colors, didn’t bleed at all, and looks & feels fabulous! I will recommend to everyone I know who is about to embark on this type of project – any project with photo/fabric.”
– Brenda Wartalski
“I was pleasantly surprised with how well this product performed. This is the first time I have used a product like this, but after using it with no problems at all, I don’t think I will use anything else. I had no problem with it feeding through my Epson printer, pictures look great. I have already used the first package with no problems and will be using the sheets in the second package today. I just wish there was more sheets in a package…”
“Epson has come out with a new ink called Claria. I tested EQ Printables Regular, Soft Fabric Photos do-it-yourself, untreated fabric, and Printed Treasures, and that was the way the ranking came out.
The big news, however, was the really excellent quality of the EQ Printables image and fade resistance. Based on the other tests I did earlier, I gave both washability and fade resistance A+. If anyone asks you for a printer recommendation to use with the Printables, just tell them Epson with Claria inks!”
– Jeannie Spears
“I LOVE your products. I am still finishing up a king-size wedding quilt I made using your printable fabric to print favorite photos of our grandaughter as she grew up… the quality of the images is just as good as from the finest commercial photo printers. The quilt (though unfinished) was a big hit at the wedding… and your product was a major factor in that achievement.”
– Arlene Gregory
“This product is great. Used on a memory quilt made of various pictures. Does exactly what it says it will do. I also like the backing they use over others.”
“I’m emailing you to let you know how delighted I am with your product Cotton Lawn fabric sheets. They are so easy to work with and the fabric is soft, not hard like some other products I have used. I will continue to use them in the further.”
– Patricia Madison
“Great value, SO SOFT, especailly compared to other brands. Prints look great (esp if you follow the SIMPLE directions…too bad the first time around I didn’t…my fault). Also I have called the EQ Co. about other products and they are more than happy and able to answer questions/give tips and ideas…pretty much whatever you ask.”
“I love your fabric sheets. This is the first time I used them. I was making a purse for my niece, who is getting married, I used the velvet from my mother’s wedding dress and the Madeira lace from her veil. I had her wedding picture, the bill for the wedding dress and the announcement from the newspaper. I printed all of these on the fabric and used it as the lining for the purse…. I am hoping that the bride comes up with an idea to sign here name and pass the purse down to younger brides in the family.”
– Maureen Farr, Port Jervis, NY
“I have always used the June Tailor brand, I tried this one time and I will never go back. This prints out very clear, you soak it for 10 minutes, with the other one, the picture would have vanished+ 6 in pkg. as opposed to 3, used it on memory quilt.”
“I got to spend yesterday working on a wild flower baby quilt for my new grandson, Jack. I am very pleased with how it is coming along. The photo transfer images include skunk cabbages, spring beauties, wild iris, toad trillium, red trillium and two images of luna moths. All the photo transfers were done with Electric Quilt cotton lawn sheets. I have experimented with many types of transfer media and I have found this to be the most colorfast.”
– Kate McComas, Charleston, WV
“Quality of the fabric is fantastic and it is truly “colorfast”. I’ve never seen such superb quality pritable fabric before. However, quilters beware – after soaking and rinsing, I air dryed the sheets. All of them shrank in an average of .5 inches, esp in width. Next time, I will buy the larger size sheets and cut out the excess parts. Other than that, this is an excellent product!”
“I just recently made a pillow for my granddaughter’s girlfriend for a surprise 13th birthday present. I used the premium cotton lawn 240 thread count. The picture printed on your product came out exceptional. Everyone was very impressed with the finished pillow. I have used other products before and I am glad I found your EQ printables. I, and other people I have spoken to, agree that your inkjet fabric sheets are as stated on the package and more. I am trying to get more fabric stores to stock it.”
– JoAnn Turrin
“EQ fabric sheets are the very best I’ve ever used! Having tried many different brands, I found that for colour accuracy, precision of line and ease of use – both in the printer and removing the backing paper, Eq ink jet sheets are unsurpassable. I recommend them to everyone.”
– Thelma McGough, New Zealand
“After printing on multiple substrates, my students decided that the best was… drum roll please, EQ!! Yay. We tried Printed Treasures, Colorworks, Blumenthal, June Tailor and Bubble Jet Set.”
– Barbara Webster, Starforest Quilts
“I have tried others. This product works the best, holds it’s color and is a dream when it feeds through the printer. If you haven’t tried this product, you don’t know what you are missing! It’s awesome awesome awesome!”
“I used your premium cotton lawn fabric in a memory quilt that I made as a gift for my sister’s baby shower. I put pictures of her, her husband, and their two daughters in it, along with blocks of bright but girly (all three children are girls) fabrics. I’d never sewn anything before, and had just recently learned how to use my new sewing machine. I was able to print all of the pictures I wanted without a single hitch! It didn’t jam in my printer even once. The pictures came out looking as sharp as they do when I print them on paper. I printed them all in black and white, which made them stand out nicely against the brightly colored fabrics all around them. It sewed up nicely, and feels exactly like all of the fabrics around it. No rubbery or roughness to it at all. I completed the quilt, and was very impressed with it myself. I gave her the quilt this past weekend at her baby shower, and once she unfolded it and realized what it was, she started crying. She was so impressed with it – as was everyone else at the shower. I heard many comments from different guests about how perfect and sharp the pictures came out on the fabric. They couldn’t believe that the fabric had been fed through the printer. This is the first and only inkjet fabric I’ve used, and based on the results of this quilt, will be the only inkjet fabric I’ll use. I included out 8 – 8″ square pictures, and 20 – 4″ square photos. Attached is picture of her holding up the quilt.
Thanks for making such a wonderful, easy-to-use product.”
“I have been experimenting with a number of the sheets… and must say that I am impressed. In my career, I have arguably printed more sheets on fabric than anyone in the industry. With that background I must say that I believe you have perhaps the finest product in the industry with your printable fabric sheets. Well done.”
– Joe Hesch, Technology Advisor and Technical Director of Photo Fun and More Photo Fun — from C&T Publishing