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Hi All, Wanted to know if liquid embroidery( fevicryl 3D outliners) is washable if done on fabric? If so please share the procedure.

 Sujata

Sujata , Jul 22, 2016 7.02pm

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Yes it is, We would advice you to read the instructions given on the product before usage, Let your design dry completely and not to use any kind of washing brush over it. 


You can click on these links to know the procedure for using Liquid Embroidery Colours.


Alena

Alena | Trissur

yes, it is washable. i have a page on facebook Fabric paintings by Alyona. Please visit my page. I have posted tutorials with 3D outliners.

Q2

The prize who got in summer cool contest for first week was not given step by step process of painting.How come it got the prize????? 1st step is showing color bottles and cloth. 2nd step is showing design paper only. After that nothing is there. 3step fu

USHARAO

USHARAO | Hyderabad, Apr 22, 2016 4.44pm

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Our weekly winners are chosen at the sole discretion of our jury. Kindly refer to the "About The Contest" section for more details on the same http://www.hobbyideas.in/contests/summer-makeover/#contest_tabs


So the jury doesn't have taste it seem.... summer collection r usually I light and pleasant colours.

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What is Liquid Embroidery

Truptirekha

Truptirekha , Mar 31, 2016 2.57pm

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Nilesh

Nilesh | Mumbai

According to my knowledge - The Liquid Embroidery colours are fabric colours which come in a nozzled pack which makes it easy to draw a design of your choice faster as compared to doing actual embroidery.

lakshmi

lakshmi | Delhi

LIQUID EMBROIDERY MEANS THE EMBROIDERY WHERE YOU USE LIQUID COLORS INSTEAD OF THREADS.

Q4

i have some silkish type dupatta. i dont know exact material but its little synthetic. how to do fabric painting on it...i find it difficult to use fabric paint on such materials. please guide

piya

piya , Jan 02, 2016 2.55pm

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Hi Mam,

You may stretch the fabric on any embroidery ring that you can get in big sizes to keep the fabric firm for painting Or you may also tape your fabric to the base surface(floor, table etc) using a prime tape to keep your fabric in place. In the latter case, place a plastic sheet beneath your fabric to avoid the colour to bleed on your work surface. 




You can try fevicryl new soft acrylic colors

Q5

1. how can i transfer the pattern from the stencil directely with fabric paint hassel free 2.these stencil are for cards only or we can use it for our clothings also

LAXMI

LAXMI | Hyderabad, Oct 06, 2015 9.48am

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I want to make tie and dye handkerchiefs. For that fevicryl acrylic colors can be used?

ankita

ankita , Sep 19, 2015 8.22pm

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Swapna

Swapna | Pune

tie a tie and dye knot . Prepare thick solution of fabric colour. Let soak that cloth for10 min

lakshmi

lakshmi | Delhi

HI ANKITA, YOU CAN USE FEVICRYL ACRYLIC COLORS FOR TIE & DIE WITHOUT BOILING THE WATER. JUST WET THE CLOTH ON WHICH YOU WANT TIE & DIE. AND DIRECTLY PUT COLORS OF YOUR CHOICE. AFTER COMPLETING ALL THE COLOR PROCEDURE. SHRINK YOUR FABRIC SO THAT ALL THE COLOR MIX UP WITH EACH OTHER. NOW LEAVE THE FABRIC FOR DRY. SIMPLE!!

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I want to make tie and dye handkerchiefs. For that fevicryl acrylic colors can be used?

ankita

ankita , Sep 19, 2015 8.22pm

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lakshmi

lakshmi | Delhi

ANKITA, I HAVE ALREADY ANSWERED THIS QUESTION.

Q8

i practice acrylic canvas painting. how will i able to sell it to hobby ideas?

srushti

srushti , Aug 11, 2015 9.56pm

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When using fevicryl colours on fabric they become quite thick like starched paper. Is there a way of not spoiling the texture of the fabric

Preeta

Preeta , May 21, 2015 5.05pm

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The new improved colours are called as Fevicryl Acrylic SOFT colours, please try and use them you will see the difference 

SANGEETA

SANGEETA | Indore

Use water with colour.

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by using water colour may spread

Swapna

Swapna | Pune

by using thin layer of colour or using silk colour you can avoid these texture problem, you are using very thick colour

water can be added to the colour in very little amount in the colour palette itself so the colour would not spread

Alena

Alena | Trissur

if your fabric is very thin, you can select designs with outlines.

lakshmi

lakshmi | Delhi

USE FEVICRYL SOFT COLORS. IF REQUIRED, ADD LITTLE BIT WATER.

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