Published March 2002
by Krause Publications .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||96|
A great book for beginners. It covers everything you will need to get started and finish your first project. It will take you step by step through many different types of painting and dyeing. This book is a keeper that you can refer to time and again. It is easy to understand and well illistrated. If you want one book to get you started, try /5. Buy a cheap copy of The Basic Guide to Dyeing & Painting book by Cindy Walter. Hand-dyed and painted fabrics are extremely popular, and now everyone can own a complete guide to creating these colorful, dynamic, breathtaking, and fashionable Free shipping over $ Each project includes step-by-step instructions to guide the reader. An introductory section covers the basics, such as supplies, how to prepare the fabric, paints and dyes, and painting techniques and styles. Also features a gallery of gorgeous quilts made from painted and dyed fabrics to inspire the reader/5(8). An overview of the fabric dyeing process. Specific step-by-step instructions with tips and tricks for getting best results. A walk-through of a dye recipe to guide you through your first dye session. Health and safety considerations. A complete supply list and suggestions for obtaining supplies. Fabric .
Covers fiber reactive dyes, acid dyes, metal complex dyes, direct dyes, basic dyes for acrylics, disperse dyes, metallics, textile paints, screen printing, 4 different discharge dyeing pastes, batik, blue printing and brown printing on fabric (or whole garments) using light, marbling, s: 9. The dyes are available from this website in smaller quantities and can be used for different craft techniques and home dyeing. There are a choice of books which discuss these dyes and how they can be used for batik, screen printing, dyeing fibre and yarns, silk painting, shibori and heat transfer printing. I wish Frieda's book Fabric to Dye For had been available when I first started dyeing fabrics. (Serendipity, Ma ) Frieda's instructions for dyeing fabric in 72 colors using only seven Procion dye colors, three bright, three warm and a basic black, are exceptionally well organized, concise and easy to s: Irene also asked for book recommendations on fabric dyeing. So here are my two favorites. Hand-Dyed Fabric Made Easy is my “Bible” when it comes to using commercial dyes for large pieces of fabric (I usually dye around 2 – 3 yards). I’m afraid this book isn’t available new anymore, but you can find used copies).
We will give you any of the 2 books from the below list if you fulfill our conditions. If you want to download this book, you need to write an unique article about textile related topics. The article must be at least words or above and contains valuable information. No copy paste is allowed and we will check plagiarism to confirm. Fabric Dyeing Techniques and Fundamentals – Award Winning Book. By using Elin Noble’s Dyes & Paints: A Hands-On Guide to Coloring Fabric, you’ll learn techniques for fabric dyeing and patterning fabric to any hue, value, or design. This is a comprehensive and award winning handbook that covers all the fundamentals of dyeing and coloring. Dye-Na-Flow, Jacquard Textile Colors and Lumiere, all by Jacquard, are good choices for dyeing cotton fabrics for quilting. Cindy Walter and Jennifer Priestley use these products in their book, The Basic Guide to Dyeing and Painting Fabrics. Use the squeeze bottle to pour a small amount of fabric dye onto your fabric. Use a sponge brush to spread or paint the dye in a particular direction. Tip: With this process you can also use stencils or stamps, as with fabric painting, though the process is a .