Create Your Own Hand Printed Cloth: Stamp, Screen & Stencil with Everyday Objects
Fun, Foolproof Ways to Create Your Own One-of-a-Kind Fabric. Discover 8 can't-miss techniques for creating one-of-a-kind cloth for quilts or wearables. Produce fascinating effects with objects you find at home or in the hardware store. Print original fabric with no rules, no limits — explore the endless possibilities! Use these techniques on cotton, silk, or rayon. Discover your inner artist - and put your junk drawer to good use - in this practical guide to the exciting world of surface design. Learn 8 easy techniques: stamping, stenciling, random screenprinting, gelatin plate printing, deconstructed screenprinting, discharge printing, soy wax batik, and making rubbings. Then jump right in and start making your own gorgeous fabric!
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