Create A Rainbow Of Color From Just 4 Basic Dyes. Step-by-step instructions for everything from preparing your work area to mixing the dyes to washing and drying your hand-dyed fabrics. 4 easy-to-follow charts for dyes, colors, and gradations. Dye formulas use standard measurements like cups and spoonfuls instead of grams and ounces. Learn to create resist patterns on newly dyed fabric. Discover how to thicken dye to create interesting and creative effects and painted designs. Get thrifty and save even more money by producing mystery fabric with left-over dye. Create small batches or large batches-the choice is yours. Hand-dyed fabric is friendly on the budget since it costs less than pre-dyed fabric. Tired of going to the fabric store only to discover the colors you need aren't in stock? Always wanted to try hand dyeing your own fabric but found it too intimidating? Now you can put those worries aside and create beautiful colors to fit your every whim. And the best part is there are no confusing, complicated formulas to follow.On your cutting mat, use a regular-blade rotary cutter to cut out the Right leaf half exactly on the pattern edges. Cut out the Lip ... Place a pair of finished leaf halves on top of the whole-leaf paper pattern, overlapping the right half on top of the 1Aa lip of the left half. ... Use the drawn lines as a guide to keep the leaves straight.
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|Publisher||:||C&T Publishing Inc - 2010-11-05|