Layering Stencils

Today I’m all about layering stencils using fabric paint. If you look at my post about soy wax batik, this is just a continuation of my love of layers. Here are my finished fat quarters of fabric. I love all of the layers. For the top piece, I use the following two stencils. Here is…

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Best of 2018 Tutorials

As we end another year, I am again looking back on my best of 2018 tutorials. If you missed them, the links are at the top of each picture. I pretty much went wild with my spin art machine and turntable this year, and wrote several tutorials on using that machine. It was so much…

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Spray Painting Layers

For my last class we are spray painting layers. I introduced spraying, but my main goal was to encourage and embrace layering. Sometimes it’s hard to push through to the next layer. Sometimes it doesn’t work out, but more often than not, you will like your results and you will learn from the process. I…

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Spinner Art with Soy Wax and Thickened Dye

I absolutely love playing with soy wax. Today we’re talking about using the Hasbro Spin-Art machine with soy wax and thickened dye.

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Spinner Art with Color Magnet

Today I’m on to using my spinner with Jacquard Color Magnet.

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Spinner Art with Thickened Dye

In my last post I showed spinner art with glue as a resist and low immersion dyeing once the glue was dry. In this post, we are going to use the dye in the spinner without a resist.

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Spinner Art Revisited

In 2012 I wrote an article on Spinner Art for the June/July issue of Quilting Arts magazine. I also wrote a blog post Here and recorded a video using Sharpies Here.

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Back to the 60s: Tie Dyeing

As most of you who’ve followed my blog, you know I love to dye fabric. However, of that dyeing, I rarely tie dye although often people will mistake my ice dyeing for that craft. However, this past week I’ve been knee deep in tie dyeing for a local Pride service. Here are a few bandanas…

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