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  • Re: "Steam a Seam 2 and paintI

    Thanks for the reply. I think I get what you mean. Is what you end up with - the backing fabric and the organza fused together with the misty fuse design melted in between? This is close. What I want to get to is the organza alone with the painted SAS2 (or misty fuse) design melted into the organza alone...
    Posted to Embellishment (Forum) by 13Dandelions on 4 Jun 2009
  • "Steam a Seam 2 and paintI

    I saw a beautiful vest in my local fabric shop that looked like it was appliqued or painted. I found out that the artist used Steam a Seam 2. As far as I could tell the Steam a Seam was painted, the ironed onto organza. Then the organza was laid over a base fabric, and then the design elements were embellished...
    Posted to Embellishment (Forum) by 13Dandelions on 3 Jun 2009
  • Will Paint stick to high performance fabrics

    I've been shopping for a short sleeve shirt that is made out of wicking fabric and has UV protection. All the shirts I find are solid colors. I've been wondering if I can make them more attractive with fabric paint (stamping designs, mark making, etc.) or use Shiva sticks on them. Do any of you...
    Posted to Surface Design (Forum) by reginabdunn on 24 May 2009
  • Citra Solve - where in the UK?

    Does anyone have any idea what to look for in the UK that is the equivilent to Citra Solve? Or at least something that works in a similar manner to what Lyric describes in the QA newsletter? Thanks
    Posted to Surface Design (Forum) by Sandy Snowden on 11 May 2009
  • Hot Textiles

    I've been waiting for summer (open air) to experiment with melting fibers and plastics for use in art quilts. If any members have first hand experience to share, I'd like to get your input. Thanks. Judy
    Posted to Surface Design (Forum) by WedeWorks on 9 May 2009
  • Melanie Testa Workshop in San Diego June 13 & 14

    Monoprint with Soy wax Resist on cloth With Melanie Testa Melanie Testa attended the Fashion Institute of Technology and has a degree in Textile Surface Design. Her work has been featured in Quilting Arts magazine and she is the author of the upcoming book Inspired to Quilt: Creative Experiments in Art...
    Posted to Surface Design (Forum) by Jane LaFazio on 1 May 2009