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Make your own printed fabric: InkoDye.

Make your own fabric prints using the sun ~ Inkodye is a light-sensitive dye for textiles/ natural fibers, including wood and raw leather.

how to stencil fabric to decorate a wall while you are renting tutorial.  could also be done with fabric paint to decorate aduvet cover, shower curtain, or table clothe.  or to decorate a rug

How To Print DIY Patterned Fabric

how to print DIY patterned fabric - (kinda like I learned in a college textile class, but with a stencil, not a self-carved stamp, much easier for a one time design)

Stamp beautiful block-printed designs on wood, fabric, metal, and glass using your everyday objects and our multi-surface craft paint.

Block Printing How-To, Tips, and Tricks

Learn how to block print. Stamp beautiful block-printed designs on wood, fabric, metal, and glass using your everyday objects and our multi-surface craft paint. via Martha Stewart

Poppytalk: DIY : Print Your Own Fabric

DIY : Print Your Own Fabric

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DIY ribbons, from Mastering the Art of Fabric Printing and Design by Laurie Wisbrun

Mastering the Art of Fabric Printing and Design Blog Tour

Art DIY ribbons, from Mastering the Art of Fabric Printing and Design by Laurie Wisbrun diy

DIY Gelli® Printed Fabric Patches! For fabric printing, apply some paint to the gel plate and roll it into a smooth layer with a brayer. Create your design in the wet paint, then stamp it onto your fabric. So easy!

For fabric printing, apply some paint to the gel plate and roll it into a smooth layer with a brayer. Create your design in the wet paint, then stamp it onto your fabric.

Julie B Booth: printing in layers, milk bottle top in orange on bottom, battery in red on top. Printing on fabric

Orange Circles fabric, second printed layer by Julie B Booth: I printed with a battery! One of the pre-order giveaway fabrics for my upcoming book, Fabric Printing at Home.

Use an empty toilet paper roll to print your very own fabric . . . who would have thought!

Use an empty toilet paper roll to print your very own fabric! Painted dots from an empty toilet paper tube. The possibilities are endless! Maybe green and red dots on a lovely burlap for a Christmas table runner? Or blue and silver?

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