Color Your Cloth: A quilter's Guide to dyeing and patterning fabric
Dubrawsky's step-by-step instructions for wax resist dyeing are as cheerful and intriguing as the colorful cloths in the accompanying photographs.
If you've ever longed to dye your own fabrics--but felt a little too intimidated--this book is for you. Every step of the process is thoroughly explained and demystified, from setting up your work space to mixing your dyes and immersing your fabrics. Dubrawsky's approach is accessible and low-maintenance; she recommends using everyday objects--even vegetables--as stamps, and covering your entire fabric with vibrant patterns. This book also includes basic sewing techniques and instructions for 12 projects that can be made from your newly dyed fabric. Best of all, Dubrawky's encouraging tone accompanies you throughout, ensuring that your first fabric-dyeing experience is a pleasurable endeavor.
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