Sunday, September 29, 2013

Soy Wax Batik.....Part 3

The Soy Wax has been applied to the fabric...

Textile Paint has been applied to the fabric...

Now I am heat setting the paint...

Here are a few of my favorite pieces:


Coffee Filter Circles

Script Writing with the Tjanting Tool

Cookie Cutter Hands

Vegetable Chopper Lines

Sponge Ovals

Script Writing

Sponge Squares

Squares with a Tjanting Tool

Ovals from a wire basket bottom

Movie Reels and Potato Masher Circles

Now that the textile paints have been fixed with heat...

These can all go in a hot wash to get out the

last of the soy wax.

Textile Paints are a great alternative when

dyeing the fabric isn't convenient.

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May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,

LuAnn Kessi

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1 comment:

Lorette Cole said...

Gorgeous work on those fabrics LuAnn. I might have to try this technique someday! Anxious to see how you'll use them.