Another easy project today - fabric painting using glue as a resist. Think of resists as the leading between pieces of stained glass - it keeps the colours separate. Resists are used in many dyeing techniques, especially batik which uses melted wax as a resist.
Next I apply ordinary white school glue. Make sure the glue says "washable", this will be important later.
I am making some "ocean waves" fabric for my upcoming quilt project, so I squirted on a wave pattern.
Now, let the glue dry completely. I will leave this overnight, to be sure it's dry before proceeding. Part Two will follow, check back tomorrow......