There was a question posted on one of the newsgroups that I belong to about printing onto fabric.
I thought that my reply might be useful to some of you, so here it is, without piccys I am afraid as I am in a rush to get to work
1. Iron your fabric, no creases
2. Iron the fabric to freezer paper, iron on both sides
3. Cut the freezer paper & fabric to size of your printer paper less a quarter inch wide & long
4. Make sure there are no DANGLING THREADS
5. Use a stick glue to attach the freezer paper to ordinary computer paper, a half inch DOWN from the leading edge of the computer paper
6. Dont get glue on the leading edge
7. Feed the leading edge through the printer, by removing all the rest of your paper from the tray & holding the paper straight
8. If the rollers will not grab the paper, then set them to the ENVELOPE setting. This parts the rollers to allow thicker (like envelopes or card) paper to go through
9. Let the print completely dry before removing fromt he freezer paper, which can be used again.
I hope tht this helps, I have been doing this onto all sorts of fabrics since 1999.
If I want to wash my fabric then I use bubblejet set or pre-treated fabric
By the way you can buy pre-cut sheets of freezer paper which are fab.