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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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