Pros: Soft "flocked" feel when fixed. Colors have an excellent coverage on dark fabrics. These are colors are bright and pearlescent Cons: None so far.... still testing. Let us know if you find any issues!
Pros: The softest hand, or feel, on fabric of all our opaque/metallic fabric paints. Requires no heat setting, and still holds up to washing very well. Colors are very opaque, provide good coverage. Non-toxic. Cons: Not available in larger sizes.
Pros: Our best screen printing ink. Greatly extended open time gives you flexibility to work with more colors and bigger runs without the ink drying in the screens. Comes in "process" colors. Water cleanup. Sticks to almost any surface. Great for Linoleum block printing.
Pros: Comes in an easy to grip metal tube that's expels all content, with no waste. An application nozzle that draws fine or wide lines. No air bubbles. Cons: When applied too thickly the paint stays tacky after drying, so need to be careful.
Pro's: It's a somewhat stretchy dimensional fabric paint that can be used on any fabric including Lycra®, nylon and hosiery, comes in lots of tones including glitter, and a line of Puff colors for the 3-D effect. Non-toxic. Glue based so sticks to almost any surface. Kids love it! Con's: Leaves a bit more texture on the fabric.
Pros: Versatile, thin flowable paint for silk painting and many other uses on most fabrics, even untreated leather. Easy to use, non-toxic, very economical, comes in various sizes, great for teachers Cons: We couldn't think of any!
Pros: Bright colors! Easy to use, water-based, non-toxic thin paint that can be an alternative for dye, heliographic (can be used full strength for sun painting) Cons: Not available in larger sizes (250ml max)
Pros: Glows well in the dark after exposure to light, sticks to lots of surfaces, water cleanup, non-toxic Cons: Limited color selection, small sizes, very thin and transparent, so doesn't look like much in the daytime.
Pros: It's a concentrated (so economical after dilution) pigment system that feels like dye instead of paint, is easy to use for all kinds of techniques, is concentrated, non-toxic and works on most synthetics as well as natural fibers Cons: Limited color selection, colors fade with washing the first time (typical of "dyeing" with pigments) - you have to like the unique "stonewashed" look