Dye Your Own Fabric

Discover a full spectrum of dyeing techniques including shibori, resist dyeing, silk dyeing, and more.
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Discover a full spectrum of dyeing techniques with this inspiring eBook from Quilting Arts® Magazine! You'll explore the world of dyeing your own fabrics with a collection of articles that showcase a variety of techniques for creating one-of-a-kind hand-dyed fabrics. You'll be delighted to learn the many ways you can add color to cloth with articles including:

  • Outdoor Flat Dyeing with Fabulous Results by Robin Ferrier
  • A Party to Dye For by Kristine Lundblad
  • Preserving the White: Experimentations in resist dyeing by Jeannie Palmer Moore
  • Dye Your Own Cloth: Over-dyeing creates infinite color combinations by Marcia Derse
  • Through Thick & Thin: Create designer fabric with thickened silk dyes by Joanell Connolly
  • Ice Dyeing: A fresh approach to vibrant hand-dyed fabrics by Lynda Heines
  • Dye Your Own Iced Parfait by Carol Ludington
  • Snow-resist Dyeing: A fun & easy dyeing technique by Judi Yakab
  • New Landscapes: Using overprinted disperse dyes to create artful cloth by Marie-Therese Wisniowski
  • Extreme Shibori: Taking stitch-resist shibori beyond the norm with mokume and ori-Nui shibori stitches by Sue Cavanaugh

Plus, you'll find a bonus gallery of hand-dyed cloth from Quilting Arts Magazine's readers. The step-by-step instructions, gorgeous photography, colorful samples, and exquisite finished artwork are sure to provide endless inspiration.

SKU: EP7581

File Type: PDF

Format: Download

SKU: EP7581

File Type: PDF

Format: Download

Customer Reviews

Very Pleased with Books - Easy to follow and understand THANKS Review by Eulie
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Hi,
I just can't wait to get into the different types of Dying my own Fabrics
as the possibilities of creativeness are Endless - I'm Excited!!!!

(Posted on 10/21/2014)

(Posted on 10/21/2014)

Handy to have this info all in one place Review by Marysu
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I have purchased a number of these ebooks and I find it so much handier than going back through my magazine collection to find the article I remember about... From when?? I do not feel the small price was a waste at all as it saves me plenty of time and I can get right into working, not hunting for the magazines!!

(Posted on 9/8/2014)

(Posted on 9/8/2014)

Disappointed Review by Nancy
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this document is only a compilation of 11 articles published in Quilting Arts magazines over the past several years. I've been a subscriber from the beginning, so I already had ALL of the information in the document. The description should have stated this instead of letting me assume these are new articles on the topic. If you're a subscriber for a few years, you already have the articles, so don't waste your money.

(Posted on 9/7/2013)

(Posted on 9/7/2013)

Disappointed Review by Nancy
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As a subscriber of Quilting Arts from the beginning, I already have ALL of these 11 articles in my magazines. There is no mention that this document is just a compilation of articles previously published. This document should have been offered as a free ebook through Quilting Daily, and for all I know, many of the articles h it probably have already been offered in free ebooks. If you have subscribed to Quilting Arts for several years, you already have the articles. Don't waste your money.

(Posted on 9/7/2013)

(Posted on 9/7/2013)