Complex Cloth: A Comprehensive Guide to Surface Design

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Fiber Studio Press, 1996 - Crafts & Hobbies - 159 pages
Discover textile artist Jane Dunnewold's secrets to creating visual complexity and depth in fabric. In this comprehensive guide, Jane explains her system of layering simple processes to produce intriguing, one-of-a-kind surface designs. Experiment with fiber-reactive dyes, household bleach, fabric paints, water-based resists, photocopy transfers, foiling, silk screening, stenciling, stamping, embroidery, and beading Dozens of full-color photographs of fabric, quilts, and clothing provide a sampling of Jane's incredible work Includes detailed instructions for applications, processes, and embellishments, plus tips for organizing work space and finding the right supplies

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User Review  - SallyAma - LibraryThing

Jane is an amazing teacher and innovator in creating gorgeous fabrics starting from white, colors or prints. My first book from her was borrowed by a friend and never returned. So I purchased an updated version. It's a great book. Read full review

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User Review  - fabrilicious - LibraryThing

Should be called a VERY comprehensive guide to surface design. Well worth the money Read full review


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