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  • Re: "Steam a Seam 2 and paintI

    Thank you Barbara, i just looked at your website, it is just beautiful. And so is your work. I can't wait to try your suggestions.
    Posted to Embellishment (Forum) by 13Dandelions on 22 Aug 2010
  • Re: "Steam a Seam 2 and paintI

    Hi Karen! If you go to Marcy Tilton's website she has a downloadable pdf preview of her "On the Surface" CD - on page 7 (of 13) her process of painting on fusible web is discussed a bit more fully. The URL is http://www.marcytilton.com/index.php?cid=129 . I found that this short excerpt...
    Posted to Embellishment (Forum) by MCConley on 1 Jul 2009
  • Re: "Steam a Seam 2 and paintI

    I was excited to try painting on Steam a Seam after reading this forum topic. I tried a little sample. I painted the SAS with metallic gold Lumiere paint and sandwiched it between a scrap piece of fabric and tulle (using my teflon pressing sheet of course!). Here's a picture. It turned out really...
    Posted to Embellishment (Forum) by cindyl57 on 30 Jun 2009
  • Re: "Steam a Seam 2 and paintI

    Thank you for the reply- that's where I saw the wall hanging too. I loved it. Thank you for the link, it's exactly what I was looking for.
    Posted to Embellishment (Forum) by 13Dandelions on 29 Jun 2009
  • 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