Fabric Painting for Embroidery

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B.T. Batsford, 1990 - Crafts & Hobbies - 144 pages
This resource book offers a store of information to anyone working in textiles; it surveys tools and equipment and explains the many methods possible for transferring patterns on to farbric. Each method is explained with precise instructions, together with illustrations of the design source and method. The range of methods covered includes thread wrapping, stencils, screen printing, printing with brushes, printing with card, block printing, potato printing, rolling, transferring photocopies, painting on fabric, starch resists, using candles, wax resist, gutta resist, marbling and metallic powders.

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Contents

Introduction
6
Using sponges
26
Fabric crayons
42
Photographic screen printing
55
47
144
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