Textile watercolour paint 100 ml, a water-based, extra thin fabric paint. The paint is only intended for garments that are at least 50% cotton (as well as silk). For use on both dry and wet fabrics – but on wet fabrics, the paint will spread more as it is absorbed. With textile paint, you can use loads of different tools: watercolour brushes, foam rubber brushes, rollers, pipettes. There are even more technical possibilities! Cover your entire work surface and wear gloves. Stir the paint well. If you plan to use different colours on the different sides of the shirt/purse/bag, then protect the object you are painting by placing a fabric item inside of it to absorb the paint that would otherwise seep through. Pre-washing is required for good results. Once the watercolour textile paint is fixed (see the next step), you can add small details with ordinary fabric paints or markers. Note that ordinary fabric paints and markers cannot be fixed in the oven, only with an iron. When the paint has dried, fix it with an iron set to cotton without steam for 5 minutes. You can also fix the paint in the oven set to 150°C (not silk) – but if so, make sure the object has no buttons/elastic/details that cannot withstand that temperature. The finished object can be washed at 40°C max and ironed inside out. Dyed objects should be washed separately the first few washes after dyeing. Tie-die: Moisten the fabric and then wrap string around it in various places (or use rubber bands). Drip paint between the strings and use any colours you like – go wild! Then pull on the ends to help the paint soak into the fabric. After 1-24 hours, it´s time to cut away the strings and then let the fabric dry before fixing. Pastel colours: Paint and be creative, then let the object rest for an hour – then rinse with water or rinse all/selected areas of the object – the colours will lighten up and meld together. Then fix as usual when the fabric is dry.
Blue, 100 ml.