10 Replies to “Chalk Couture on Fabric | Using Speedball Fabric Ink”

  1. Side question.. first of all thank you for this video. Im ordering my kit this week from Chalk Coutour and I already ordered ink. My question is.. how did u position your camera like that?

  2. So you remove the blue thing without waiting to dry the inK for several hours, you dry only after you remove the blue thing?

  3. Cute! If you make a mistake, just don't heat set that spot. Once you wash the item, the non heat set spots should come right out. You need to use an iron or heat press to hear set speed ball, not just a craft heat tool.

  4. Katie-can you just let air dry or use a blowdryer? I'm not sure what you must have to heat set it or where you got yours. Thank you!

  5. That is adorable Katie!!! I have a YuDu screen printer and tons of screen printing paint, and those screen print stencils you are using look so much easier. I know you used your heat gun, but you can also use parchment paper and an iron because it is imortant to heat set it. I love your creativity 🙂 Hugs…Janie

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