Draw a design onto the fabric-like side of the stabilizer or Print a design onto Stick ’n Stitch by placing the design in a copy machine (or you can print a design from your computer to your laser, ink-jet)
Always take a draft print before setting stick n stich on your printer.
Stick 'n Stitch will help you stitch better because it has a slight grid pattern, which you can use to space your stitches more evenly.
Since printers and inks vary, always do a test sample to verify that your ink does not bleed and that it washes out completely along with the Stick 'n Stitch. If the ink bleeds, please use a different machine.
Some copy machines or printers may prefer that the Stick 'n Stitch is fed into it one sheet at a time.
Fabric manufacturers use different finishes and/or sizing, some of which may prevent Stick ' n Stitch from sticking to them. If this occurs, soak your fabric first to remove the finish and/or sizing; dry and use.