Color Moves: Transfer Paints on Fabric
With easy-to-use transfer paints and an iron, sewers and crafters alike can play with fabric painting in a fun and inexpensive way. Because designs are painted or stamped onto paper before they are transferred to synthetic fabrics, readers can experiment until they achieve the look they want. This easy-to-learn technique offers a wealth of new possibilities for quilts and other fabric-based projects.
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