Saturday, February 14, 2009

Siggy blocks II



I know what you are going to ask :o) ... I used iron-on transfer paper for the signatures using my inkjet printer. It's worked quite well, though it's left a bit of a sheen. In hind sight I think I would have preferred to print directly on the fabric and set it with Bubble Jet Set...just the same I'm pleased with the results and they will be completed before the deadline ;o)


Until next time...

9 comments:

Jackie said...

Simply lovely!

rachel griffith said...

SUPER cute jane!!!
:D

Lynda said...

Looking really good! I haven't had too much success with printing text onto fabric. It has come out blurry or smudgey. This looks fine.

YankeeQuilter said...

I remember staying up all night on my first siggy swap ironing freezer paper onto the backs of blocks so I could do little ink drawings on each of them...what was I thinking!

KCQuilter said...

Your transfer method for your signature worked out great!! Looks fantastic.

distelfliege said...

Your siggy block looks great!
some day I'll habe to try printing on fabric or transfer as well.
I like your logo.

Anne Heidi said...

What a great idea! I did the same siggy block in a swap a couple of years ago, and it seemed to take FOREVER to sign all 40 squares!

Sweet P said...

Thanks for the tip on printing your siggies. I'm going to use it when I make my siggie blocks.

Katherine said...

Very clever! Looks great, Jane.