Made from synthesized chemical polymers (polyester, nylon) or modified transformed natural polymers (rayon).
Magic Batik Resist
Use this product instead of wax for batik, it works the opposite of wax by turning solid when it is hot and a liquid when it is cold. It is great for doing batik with dyes that require hot water. Poor it on the fabric and then put in hot water to make solid, afterwards place in cold water to wash it out.
Magic Transfer Paper
Developed in Germany in 1988, this paper already has thousands of professional users. It works very well and is easy to use. Just make a color copy of your photo or image; don't forget to reverse the image if there is text! You can copy several photos onto the same sheet of paper if there is room. Next, iron the paper face down onto the shirt, and remove the paper backing. Thereafter, you can machine wash, inside out, gently. Don't dry-clean. Great idea for kids' shirts, pillows, costumes, promotions, fundraisers, you name it. T-shirt shops with heat presses will find this to be a fast and profitable way to do custom transfers of customers' photos while they wait.
The idea is that you float fabric paints on the surface of a thick liquid that you prepare (called "Size"), kind of like oil on water. The floating paints can be swirled and mixed into patterns. When you lay a treated shirt, piece of fabric or paper down on top of the paint, the paint adheres to the fabric exactly where it touches. The swirl patterns of colored paint are transferred to the shirt or fabric. Each design is unique and can never be repeated. As a technique, it's both easy and hard. It's easy to do and great safe fun for kids. It's hard in that the more you do the better results you will get and the difference between your early designs and your later designs will be very noticeable.
A yarn made of two twisted colors creating a mottled effect when woven or knit.
Metallic paints have or look like they have metal in them.
Sodium Hexametaphosphate (also known as Water Softener). This chemical is used to make
print mix with sodium alginate flow better. It is also added to
water as a softener and to increase absorption of dye.
Fine crepe yarns are woven to create the dull flat surface of this fabric.
Fibers of different shades, tones, and hues are spun to make this wool.
Cotton treated with sodium hydroxide so as to shrink the fiber and increase its luster and affinity for dye.
Is the treatment of a cellulose fabric with a strong caustic alkali, sodium hydroxide solution is often used, where the fibers are swollen and the strength, hand and dye affinity of the material is increased or modified. This method Increases luster of the fiber.
Methocel is used for marbling instead of Carageenan. It works as a synthetic thickener used with water to create the medium that paints float on. Once mixed, it can last up to 4 months. It is less likely to go bad than Carageenan in hot humid environments.
Highly concentrated liquid textile softener, which restores the soft feel (hand), that dyeing sometimes removes. Also prevents needle cutting on cotton knits. Much more concentrated than conventional fabric softeners. After dyeing, washing and rinsing add 1/4 cup to a washing machine load, (or 1 teaspoon per gallon). Wash 10 minutes in hottest water and rinse in warm water.
mm stands for Momme, a Japanese method of measuring the weight of silk. 1 mm is approximately 3.6 grams per square yard. The higher the mm number, the heavier the silk.
A trademarked brand of rayon which absorbs less moisture. They have a great ability to retain shape and a high breaking strength.
Hair from the long silky wool of the Angora goat. It is often used for plush and durable upholstery fabric. Mohair should not be confused with the fur from the Angora rabbit, which is called Angora Wool.
Moire Base Cloth
A faille cloth with a finish made with engraved rollers which create crushed and uncrushed areas, called "Water-Marked."
Momme is a Japanese method of measuring the weight of silk. 1 mm is approximately 3.6 grams per square yard. The higher the mm number, the heavier the silk. It is abbreviated as mm.
A modified starch gum used to mixed with household bleach, It is used as a thickener for discharge color printing with bleach.
Art containing different values and intensities of only a single hue (color).
A single continuous strand of a manufactured fiber.
You can combine cotton and rayon clothing & accessories to get the greatest discounts.
Your discount is figured on the total number of cotton and rayon items we ship, not how
many of each type, style or size. Mix and match them to get the best discount.
Example; adding 1 each of 12 different T-shirts in size Large should give you the 12+
price on all 12 shirts.
Example; adding 12 pieces of 4 different sizes of a garment should give you the 36+ price
on all 4 sizes.
Some products may be excluded from discounts, and / or may discount only with themselves.
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