Printing on Fabric
Textile Arts - Fabric Printing and Ideas!
Fun ideas for those Gelli printed Fabric scraps! Don't get rid of old scraps, make them into something beautiful! Craftsy's "Save Your Scraps" free PDF eGuide gives you 21 pages full of creative ideas for putting scrap fabric to good use! From displaying your scraps to turning them into fun and beautiful projects, our quilting experts spill their stash-busting secrets, offering top tips and a scrappy block tutorial.
How To Make Monoprinted Fabric Sketchbooks & Jewelry -- Hey guys! Learn how to use gelli plate monoprinted fabric and a popular sewing product, 'Heat 'n' Bond to create art projects. With fabric, paper, and an iron, you can make sketchbooks, and jewelry...pretty much anything you can think of. You'll also see some fabric that I used a Gelli Plate to do some monoprinting. Enjoy!
Gelli™ Printing On-the-Go! Here's how to decorate a bag like this one: 1. Cut pieces of black felt to cover each of the outside pockets (only for the shorter pockets—there are two levels of pockets). 2. Cut a piece of Gelli-printed fabric slightly smaller than each piece of black felt. 3. Fuse each printed fabric piece to a piece of felt with fusible webbing, like Wonder-Under. 4. If desired, work further on the printed fabric with colored pencils, fabric pens and paint marke
Enhance your art by adding a layer of monoprinted sheer fabric, such as organza or habotai silk! -- Layering Gelli® printed sheer fabrics as a collage element can add depth to your artwork. Whether you work on journal pages, cards, canvas, fabric collage, art quilts, watercolors, or mixed media — adding your own translucent monoprinted fabric gives it a different look!