Dye-Na-Flow: Sun or Not

I decided to do a little experiment. I wanted to know what the difference would be to allow the sun to dry the paint via sun printing, as opposed to just painting the fabric with Jacquard Dye-Na-Flow, and letting it sit and dry. You know I’m always up for experiments!

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Wet Cyan Printing Revisited

Recently I took some time to revisit wet cyan printing. Check out this post from last year about my first adventure with this process.

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Printing With More Found Objects

It’s been almost a year since I wrote a post about printing fabric with found objects. Today I am showing you printing with more found objects. If you would rather watch my video, please scroll down to the bottom of this post.

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Printing Photos on Fabric

In the  past I have printed on fabric using different carriers and different methods. Then just recently I came across a tutorial about printing photos on fabric using page-size shipping labels as the base. This is so easy!

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Second #Printinktober 2019

It’s my second week of #printinktober. If you missed the first week, here is the link. This week I am still using rollers, but wanted to use mostly plain ones to see what I could create.

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Printinktober 2019

I always want to do those 100-day challenges, but I can’t seem to focus on something for that length of time. Well, when Julie Fei-Fan Balzer announced her #printinktober challenge last month, I decided I wanted to try it this year. If you aren’t familiar with this challenge, it is printing on paper or fabric…

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Experimenting with Wet Cyan Printing

I have just started my experimenting with wet cyan printing. Here is just a mini tutorial, but much more information will be coming soon. It’s real easy to get started by purchasing these pretreated fabric sheets. You can buy them through Amazon, Dharma Trading, or other online stores. They are a bit pricey, but I…

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