It's put out by June Tailor and is just that . . . fabric paper that can be used in color ink jet printers and copiers. It comes in cream and white. There are two kinds . . . colorfast and not colorfast . . . but I always choose the colorfast, which is washable. I have found it at Wal Mart and JoAnn Fabrics. JoAnn probably sells it online, also. I have a web address for June Tailor and they might sell it online, too. www.junetailor.com It's called Printer Fabric Sheets. If anybody needs more info, just let me know. This is what I've started making my tush tags with and it's perfect!!
There's loads of brands out there, and in varying degress of quality. I have used a bit when we did our own collage sheets - and fabric collage sheets.
Also, I found the cheaper stuff to be better with fraying also, so you don't always pay for what you get.
Shop around :)
I ave use fabric paper labels & was disappointed with them. I have an inkjet printer & the labels would smear . Heaven forbid they should accidently get wet. Then there would be nothing left on them. I tried a quick spray of selaer on them but that would smear the printing too.
This is a sample of what my tush tags look like. I rubbed fray check on them to see if the ink "ran". The printer ink didn't smear, but the ink I signed with did smear a little. Keep in mind I use colorfast fabric sheets. I just print my design out as if I were using Avery labels (size 1" x 2 5/8", 30 labels to a sheet). I cut along the long edge of the design, but leave the short ends with some "tabs" that I can use as a seam allowance. Then I fold the "label" in the center and sew the tab ends into the seam. Does that make any sense? Of course you can design your tag however you wish. My logo bear takes up a lot of room so that the text is very small. I'm going to redesign it one of these days! I will post this on the tips and techniques topics later . . . gotta go fix lunch!