I know this is a very late answer to your question, but I just noticed it on Stitchin Fingers and thought you still might be interested in this topic. I also use an Epson printer, since their Dura Bright inks are totally different from any other dye inks out there. You can just iron a piece of fabric to freezer paper and run it throught the printer. However, I am an avid follower of KathyAnn Art, who can be found on the internet. She is one of the foremost authorities on printing on fabric. You can join her group by paying $35.00 per year and get most of her lessons for free. It is worth every penny! You can download all of her photos and most of the lessons once you pay the $35.00. You also get a discount on the big lessons. If you want to learn new ways of printing on fabric without using Bubble Jet, I suggest you go to KathyAnn Art. She also has another website, but that is not the one you want. Any questions, just let me know. I have learned so much from her and Bubble Jet is just a memory!
Lisa in Nevada said:
I treat my fabric with bubble jet set. Iron it to freezer paper and then run it through the printer. I used a conon photo quality printer. wait a few hours and then iron. It's washable & I have never had a problem with my pictures fading.