By Cheryl Rezendes
Sensational stitching tasks call for amazing materials! Fiber artist Cheryl Rezendes indicates you the way to create an fantastic array of floor designs, easily and competently, utilizing fabric paints and printing ink. She covers a large choice of concepts: stamping, historic jap Shibori, silkscreen, soy wax and flour withstand, photo move, marbling, nature printing, foils and steel leaf, and extra. step by step images illustrate each strategy, and Rezendes exhibits you heaps of leading edge how one can mix and layer strategies for wonderful effects.
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Once the fabric was stabilized, she used a sewing machine to go over the piece with machine thread sketching and embroidery. She added batting, then machine quilted the entire piece. Pat appliquéd a fabric border around the center image, then very successfully used beads for additional highlights. Pat likes to think of her work as bridging the gap between traditional and contemporary quilting. She certainly has developed a wonderful way of interpreting a realistic view of the natural world through the use of thread, cloth, and paint.
For example, prepare one container with the color full strength; a second container with the same color diluted with water in a ratio of 1:1; a third container in a ratio of 1 part paint and 3 parts water. Continue in this manner if more shades are desired. Using a foam brush, paint the gradations of your prepared colors in a striped pattern, starting with the lightest shade and working up to the darkest. Each time you switch colors, overlap the first and last brushstrokes of each color. You may need to go over the overlapped areas with a semidry brush to aid the blending process.
Remember to use a different brush for each color. 40 41 Pa i n t i n g the B as e / Spray Painting Spray Painting Applying paint from small spray bottles is a great way to get the base coat of color onto your cloth. Paints Use thin textile paints and/or transparent textile paints diluted in a ratio of 1 part paint to 3 parts water. For lighter shades use lightening medium. You can also use acrylic ink, Tsukineko ink, or acrylic paints thinned with the appropriate textile medium. You can use just one color, or layer the colors to get a wonderful sense of depth.