Setting Up First, cut circles from blue card stock. We used a lighter blue and a darker blue card stock to see which would turn out best.
Saturday, April 5, Fabric Painting Through the process of fabric painting, different fabrics such as apparel fabrics or home furnishing fabrics can be given a crafty look. In fact, it can also be used for embellishing finished garments such as t-shirt, pants, jeans, and jackets as also many other products like bags, pillows, or anything made up of fabrics just by adding designs and colors to them.
The Basic Process of Fabric Painting There are many techniques through which fabric painting is done. However, before moving on to these different techniques of textile painting, it is better to know the basic process of fabric painting. Fabric is first of all washed and dried. This allows the fabric shrink if it is going to shrink at all.
Also, it cleans any dirt, dust, or textile finishing chemicals from it. Paints are chosen from among a variety of options available. There are fabric paint tubes, fabric paint pens, paint pots and brushes, that can be used based on the painting method chosen.
They can be either used in isolation or can even be mixed and used on a single fabric to give dramatic effects to the fabric design. Designs are then chosen according to one's interest. Some people prefer free hand designs which allows them to paint without any design laid out beforehand.
Some others draw the designs with pencils on the fabric to be painted. Yet others use iron on transfer method. In this method, they use a pink or a blue colored transfer pen to trace over a simple lined picture.
The design is then applied by placing the drawn lines directly onto the fabric and gently pressing a hot iron on top. The fabric is then painted through different techniques like stamping, reverse stamping, screen painting and others that have been described later in this article.
After fabric painting is finished, it is allowed to dry ranging from at least 24 hours to 72 hours so that it is thoroughly dry and set. The finished item is then again washed and dried. Fabric Painting Techniques There are different fabric painting techniques for embellishing a fabric or a garment.
Some of these textile painting techniques are enumerated as below. Reverse Stamping Through this technique, many simple yet unique designs can be painted on a fabric. The resultant fabric gives an appearance similar to that of batik fabrics. The extender base is the main ingredient of reverse stamping technique.
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Learn how to paint a wall, trim and ceilings. We also have tips on planning for a paint project, tips on paint prep, buying paint, using paint tools and cleaning up afterwards.
We'll share techniques for cutting in, using a roller and painting trim. The first step—and the key step—is prep.
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