Dyeing fabric with photosensitive dyes, which develop in sunlight is an interesting way to embellish your garment. Author Betty Auchard shares her method for using photosensitive dyes.
Working with Inkodye is fun, safe, and so easy that anyone can do it. If you've tried painting fabric with acrylic or fabric paint and found it messy to work with, slow to dry, or stiff on fabric, give Inkodye a try. It leaves the surface soft, dries quickly, and cleans up with water.
From Threads #47
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Posted on Jul 22nd, 2011 in sewing, design, online extras, embellishments, downloads, threads magazine, article, Threads 47