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Color By Accident

by Ann Johnston

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No experience required! Because it is so well explained - my kind of book. This is a "low water immersion" method of dyeing with our Fiber Reactive dyes devised by Ann Johnston (author of "Color by Design"). The approach is very spontaneous, uses very little water & dye, no salt, and gives you the chance to create one-of-a-kind goodies. 5 variations, with 54 tested recipes. Tons of info on Procion dyeing. Great for creating a pallet of unique fabrics for those one of a kind art quilts we all drool over. Learn to make fabrics that gradate from light to dark, or one color to another too.
5.5"x8" hard bound, 95 pages, color plates.

 

 

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2/5/2009
4
Good book first try didnt work on my cloth but I know where I strayed. Very well laid out pages and instructions.
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10/31/2012
1
The dye recipes call for entirely too much dry dye. After consulting with an industry expert it seems there may have been a misprint in the printing. Please be aware of this if you decide to purchase.
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2/22/2010
5
I was in a great hurry to get started creating colored fabric my way I found it a little overwhelming. But I was able to creat some oooohs and aaaahs with my quilting buddies. But today we had a snow day (I drive a school bus) I slowed down and read it again and with great success. I dyed almost 20 yds. of fabric. I think I am hooked. Just what I need "another addiction".
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2/9/2010
5
gave all the information I needed for preparing unique fabrics that willcan not be duplicated.
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10/8/2009
5
I'm very excited about trying all the different colorways!
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11/29/2014
4
Good information Like this book
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11/19/2011
5
It was a gift. The recipient LOVED it.
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10/17/2011
5
Love this book!
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7/27/2011
4
Learning some new things!
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3/21/2011
4
Nice book. I haven't actually had a chance to apply what I've learned in reading it but it seems to have easy to follow instructions and information.
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7/22/2010
5
What a great clear and concise book!
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7/18/2010
5
Fabulous information. Not everything that you would need but so far the instructions in the book have come out exactly as pictured! How great is that!?!?
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6/14/2010
5
excellent resourse book for beginners
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