How to Choose a Good Fabric Paint

How to Choose a Good Fabric Paint

How to Choose a Good Fabric Paint. With so many water-based paints available
for fabric painting, you need to know which ones will work best for you. You will need Fabric A swatch book Textile
paint Textile medium Fabric paint tubes Fabric pens and fabric paint pots and brushes. Step 1. Consider the fabric you’ll be working with. Create or buy a swatch book with different
textiles in a variety of weights and colors to see how they look with various paints. Beginners should start with 100 percent cotton
fabric with a high thread count. Step 2. Use textile paint, which is made specifically
for fabric painting. If the color you want is unavailable, make
your own by mixing textile medium, available at craft stores, with acrylic or all-purpose
paint. Step 3. Consider fabric paint tubes. The color is squeezed directly onto the fabric,
meaning you won’t need a brush. They come in a wide range of colors and finishes,
like metallic and glitter, and you can create raised designs. Fabric paint tubes are easy to apply and great
for children. Step 4. Try easy-to-use fabric pens. They’re available in many colors but sometimes
require a bit of shaking to get the color flowing. Step 5. Use pots or bottles of fabric paint, applied
with a brush, if you have good brush control or want a free-form design. Have a variety of brush sizes handy. Step 6. Mix and match various paints, colors, and
application methods to come up with your own unique design. Did you know The word batik, a method of hand-printing
textiles using wax, is Indonesian in origin.

13 Replies to “How to Choose a Good Fabric Paint”

  1. who told you Batik is originated in Indonasia ha ha ha
    its originated from Bangladesh.
    congratulation, u misslead 2million people. 

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