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  • Re: Gelatin Monoprinting Aug/Sept

    We started out using Golden fluid acrylics and they dried stiff. When we switched to Pebeo Setacolor paints the fabrics stayed soft. We learned a lot and are eager to try it again.
    Posted to Quilting Arts Magazine (Forum) by Dawn G. on 27 Oct 2009
  • Gelatin Monoprinting Aug/Sept

    I know I'm an issue behind, but a friend and I spent this afternoon with our gelatin plates, paint and fabric and had a wonderful time playing. What we want to know is how Frances Holliday Alford made the star burst patterns on her plates. We tried to duplicate it but weren't very successful...
    Posted to Quilting Arts Magazine (Forum) by Dawn G. on 25 Oct 2009
  • Re: About gelatin printing

    I just looked up the address for the tutorial that was so good. Here it is. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dy0JG-TEWf8&feature=related It was made by Linda Germaine. It shows some great possibilities on how it can be used to make beautiful designs.
    Posted to Quilting Arts Magazine (Forum) by reginabdunn on 11 Aug 2009
  • Re: About gelatin printing

    I'm not sure of the advantages but if you want to see more how the gelatin is used, there are several tutorials on U-Tube that illustrate how it works and how to get good designs from it. I think you can just go to U-Tube and search for gelatin monoprinting.
    Posted to Quilting Arts Magazine (Forum) by reginabdunn on 11 Aug 2009
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