Fun With Fabric Inks

Stuart, Trish
October 2005
Quilter's World;Oct2005, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p34
This article offers a step-by-step instruction on using shaving foam and fabric inks to create visual textures in quilts. Using this technique in conjunction with traditional coloring can create beautiful and stunning effects. It outlines the materials and tools that are needed, tips on painting and offers information on the versatile wonder sheet. INSET: The Versatile Wonder Sheet.


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