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Among the goodies I picked up at the Houston International Quilt Market this year was a selection of KARISMA pencils. I've been a fan of mechanical pencils since the mid-1980s when my friend and ar...

Among the goodies I picked up at the Houston International Quilt Market this year was a selection of KARISMA pencils. I've been a fan of mechanical pencils since the when my friend and ar.

imagine-create-repeat: “3 Ways to “Watercolor” Fabric Napkins → I Want More DIY Ideas ”

imagine-create-repeat: “3 Ways to “Watercolor” Fabric Napkins → I Want More DIY Ideas ”

Shibori Girl: crosswise arashi (This would be a great way to control dying wool by putting it around a cylinder)

handpainting arashi shibori poles

Shibori Girl: crosswise arashi (This would be a great way to control dying wool by putting it around a cylinder) wool and yarn dyeing tip for textile art and craft

Many fabric paints leave a stiff surface that's unpleasant to touch, Jacquard Textile Colors are different. Description from fabricandart.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Day of the Dead project, Dia de los Muertos sugar skull fabric painting project

Shibori Hexagon Honeycomb Tie Dye Instructions

Information and DIY Shibori and Indigo instructions. FAQ about how to make an indigo vat.

Natural Dye Kits. Lattice String

The arrangement of negative space creates an organic and symmetrical diamond pattern.

Rowland uses a paste-resist method when dyeing his fabrics—mixing glutinous-rice flour, rice bran, salt, and water together, then applying the mixture to areas that he doesn’t want to absorb the dye.

Process: textile artist Rowland Ricketts uses a paste-resist method when dyeing his fabrics—mixing glutinous-rice flour, rice bran, salt, and water together, then applying the mixture to areas that he doesn’t want to absorb the dye. via Martha Stewart

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Dyed and Gone to Heaven, Lisa Walton's blog.  She has many great tutorials.

Sun Printing, as explained by Lisa Walton of Dyed and Gone to Heaven. An excellent explanation of a fun and simple process.

Pull up the threads from their loose ends. I must stress this: use ALL of your might without breaking the threads to tighten up, scrunching your piece into a tiny, tight mass. Otherwise, the dye will be able to seep in and you won’t get a clear pattern. Tie the thread ends together in pairs, holding tightly. Be careful not to let it loosen up while tying.

Pull up the threads from their loose ends. I must stress this: use ALL of your might without breaking the threads to tighten up, scrunching your piece into a tiny, tight mass. Otherwise, the dye will be able to seep in and you won’t get a clear pattern.

Cecile Perra Foto's geprint op stof en daar dan onderdelen van de poppen mee maken..

Cecile Perra Foto's geprint op stof en daar dan onderdelen van de poppen mee maken..

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