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Use School Glue To Create Custom Dyed Fabrics U Create

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by Sarah Rae Trover (editorial@apartmenttherapy.com) last modified Aug 10, 2011

In 8th grade I made a giant parrot on silk fabric using a traditional batik dying technique that uses wax to resist the fabric taking on the dye in specific places. It was complicated, long and ridic




 

 

081011-dyefabric.JPG In 8th grade I made a giant parrot on silk fabric using a traditional batik dying technique that uses wax to resist the fabric taking on the dye in specific places. It was complicated, long and ridiculously messy. This new trick is a great way to transform old linens into new pillows and curtains with a little personality. All you need is some school glue!



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