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Visual Texture on Fabric

by Lisa Kerpoe

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Visual Texture on Fabric is a comprehensive guide to water-based resist dyeing techniques makes the process easy to learn (and even more fun to play with) using Lisa's test-driven instructions for creating depth on a flat surface. Paint, stamp, stencil, splatter, layer...and come away with soft, touchable fabric made with your own signature style. 
 
•Design one-of-a-kind art cloth for your favorite quilting, sewing, home décor, and garment projects
•Create dimensional effects with ingredients like oatmeal, sugar, and soy wax-mix and match 8 resists with 7 application techniques for endless possibilities
•Materials for making non-toxic resists are easy to find, starting with your kitchen cupboards! 
 
8" x 10", soft cover, color photos, 96 pages.

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12/16/2012
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Very cool book lots of innovative fabric dyeing and painting techniques. I found the examples very easy to follow.
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