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Re: Painted quilt squares made by grandchildren 02 Aug 2014 18:37 #120328

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Or you could take pictures that are painted on paper and then print them onto fabric. See this class for details [url]learn/classrooms/[/url]


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Re: Painted quilt squares made by grandchildren 02 Aug 2014 13:23 #120319

Fabrico markers are permanent and washable. They are also called Tsukineko pens. I have used them a lot on fabric and they work very well. They are just like felt tipped pens but they have a fine pen at one end and a brush-like pen at the other.
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Re: Painted quilt squares made by grandchildren 02 Aug 2014 07:15 #120306

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Victoria, here is one that I made for my grandchildren using fabric ink. I just traced their drawings so they did not put the color on the fabric. I thought that was easier than having the children draw on the fabric.
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Here is a link to the inks that I used. http://www.jukeboxquilts.com/store/allPurposeInks.php


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Painted quilt squares made by grandchildren 01 Aug 2014 09:18 #120273

I would love to have grandchildren paint on fabric to be made into quilt for their mother , but not sure what medium to use . Markers wash away , crayola , does it really heat set, I need advice . If any one has tried this please let me know , also I want to keep mess to a minimum. Any advice will be greatly appreciated. Thanks Victoria
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