Share with Lea and other TQS members the progress of your contemporary batik.
I got some of the gutta off with a stiff bristle brush. The rest of it came off easily by scraping it with the edge of a credit card, after I had heat-set it and then soaked it in water overnight.
And if I don't need to see through, or I need an applique style pressing sheet, parchment paper is wonderful.
When it was wet and slimy I used a brush on it in warm soapy water. Perhaps it wasn't water based gutta?
Yes, thank you, Judith. I must remember that learning is the point!
Thanks, I posted it as a new discussion on the group page. I already have pebeo setacolour paints and will try this project with those. They may not be as vibrant as the ones Lea uses, so I'll have to see.
There was photos yesterday. They seem to have vanished
Going to buy supplies tomorrow then I'm starting