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Infographic: how to make Batik step by step (technique, tips and photos)

Infographic: how to make Batik step by step (technique, tips and photos)

SMALL WINDOW: Texture inspiration. Good way to incorporate color for background could do with fabric?

SMALL WINDOW: Texture inspiration. Good way to incorporate color for background could do with fabric?

Kerry Darlington - Gallery

Kerry Darlington - Gallery

Print from my Illustration 5 x 7 Deep Sea by calamaristudio. $10.00, via Etsy.

Print from my Illustration 5 x 7 Deep Sea by calamaristudio. $10.00, via Etsy.

paisley pattern

New York Fashion Week – Spring/Summer 2014 – Print Highlights – Part 3

paisley pattern

Japanese washcloth, Tenugui                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Japanese washcloth, Tenugui More

Batik  Garden of Summer Growing Energy   10 x 36 by amityfarmbatik, $21.00

Batik Garden of Summer Growing Energy 10 x 36 by amityfarmbatik, $21.00

http://everythinggoldenblog.com/2014/11/diy-moon-phases-wall-hanging/#more-5817

http://everythinggoldenblog.com/2014/11/diy-moon-phases-wall-hanging/#more-5817

Shibori tengui from Arimatsu, Japan mosaic idea..... [I have a house coat that is similar to this. love it. jh]

Shibori tengui from Arimatsu, Japan mosaic idea..... [I have a house coat that is similar to this. love it. jh]

Flour Resist Batik: mix a flour/water 'paste' and apply to fabric with a piping bag, in whatever pattern you want! Let dry overnight. Use thinned faric paint OR thin acrylic paint (we used regular craft paint), mix with fabric medium per manuf directions, and brush on. Layer colors in some places to mix ON the fabric. They will blend nicely if thinned out. Let dry. Then peel off dried 'paste' to reveal the resist pattern beneath! Viola! Back Gate Studio/Boise, ID

Flour Resist Batik: mix a flour/water 'paste' and apply to fabric with a piping bag, in whatever pattern you want! Let dry overnight. Use thinned faric paint OR thin acrylic paint (we used regular craft paint), mix with fabric medium per manuf directions, and brush on. Layer colors in some places to mix ON the fabric. They will blend nicely if thinned out. Let dry. Then peel off dried 'paste' to reveal the resist pattern beneath! Viola! Back Gate Studio/Boise, ID

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