Have a friend who might like to try out painting on silk? We put together a kit for the beginner to make it easy to get started painting on silk. After practicing, you can create your own 8"x54" silk scarf as a "keeper".
1 - Silk Hankie 11"x11"
2 - Habotai Silk Scarves 8"x54"
9 - Dye-na-Flow 1/2 oz. silk paints (801, 803, 806, 809, 811, 814, 820, 829, and 830)
14 - Rust Resistant Pushpins
2 - Sumi Brushes, sm and lg
1 - Foam Brush 1"
1 - Jacquard Clear Water-based Resist
1 - Gutta Applicator Bottle/metal tip #7
1 - Silk Salt 2 oz.
1 - Instructions
Note: You will also need some safety pins and rubber bands.
**there is a California Cancer warning label on the package with the resist applicator because the applicator tips are brass with nickel plating, so please don't eat them or let your kids or pets eat them. There is no risk from handling them in the way they are intended, and you will probably handle them less than your pennies. Copper is on the California Carcinogen list too.
Made in: UNITED STATES (USA)