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test...trying to see if I can get a bigger image

Posted by itsallaboutthefood (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 4, 08 at 11:28

of the 2nd grade auction quilt up.

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RE: test...trying to see if I can get a bigger image

That is really pretty!!!
How do you marble fabric???????????? If a second grade class can do it maybe I can LOL!!!!
I play with dyeing fabric and I love the tonals.
Rosa


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RE: test...trying to see if I can get a bigger image

See the Dharma Trading Company website...look under their Techniques tab. I got all my information here and the materials as well.

(I think I also did some searches on the web to get more advice.)

Ciao,
Cecilia

Here is a link that might be useful: Dharma Trading Company website fabric marbling page


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Thanks

Thanks Cecilia!!! I am sure the students loved it.
Rosa


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RE: test...trying to see if I can get a bigger image

Cecilia,
It is beautiful!

Will it be raffled at the school?

It is so rewarding to do this kind of projects with students.

TFS
Sally


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RE: test...trying to see if I can get a bigger image

Cecilia, I love the fabric! Perfect for the butterflies.

SharonG/FL


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RE: test...trying to see if I can get a bigger image

Thank you!

It will be raffled at the school auction to raise money for programs not funded by the state.

Cecilia


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RE: test...trying to see if I can get a bigger image

Here is a link to HGTV. I saw this program several years ago about using SHAVING CREAM to marble fabrics. I ordered the dye from Dharma, but never tried it... It looked like a very interesting technique.

Here is a link that might be useful: Shaving Cream marble effects


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