The next class I taught at festival was painting with textile paints. In this class we use Pebeo Setacolor textile paints and cotton fabric.
In this class students learn to paint backgrounds, use freezer paper masks, paint gradations, paint lines, dots and details, and glaze paint to create more visual depth, among many other things.
This entry was posted on Tuesday, November 20th, 2012 at 8:29 AM. It is filed under student work, Workshops and tagged with International Quilt Festival, painting.
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I love how the paints set on the fabric, and blend so nicely.
what a wonderful class
just goes to show you what a really good teacher can accomplice 🙂
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