Rubber Stamping on Fabric

Wheeler, Beth
August 2006
Quilter's World;Aug2006, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p30
Discusses rubber stamping on fabric. Suggested tools and supplies for a successful-and-satisfying stamping experience include fabrics, fine threads and ink; Explanation on where to use a stamped image in a quilt; Tips for creating a background; Recommendations for creating a border with words; Information on creating a unique quilt label.


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