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Fashion Crafting

Show off your personal style with iron-ons, fabric painting ideas and more. You'll love our step-by-step instructions and products for all your fashion crafting needs.

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FolkArt ® Fabric™ Paint - Brush On
With FolkArt ® Fabric™ Paint, you can personalize, add hand-drawn designs and embellish...

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Fashion Crafting Education

Simply Screen Get The Look Quick-Tips Video: Single Color Technique
Make a cool foil screen-printed tee with Simply Screen!
Simply Screen Get The Look Quick-Tips Video: Foil Techniques
Make a cool foil screen-printed tee with Simply Screen!
Creating Chains with Beaded Eye Pins
Learn the proper technique for creating chains with beaded eye pins.
Attaching Head Pins and Eye Pins to Earring Findings
See how easy it is to make earrings using head pins and eye pins.
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Heat setting is recommended for best durability. Allow the painted design to dry overnight. Place the item in a clothes dryer for 30 minutes on the highest setting allowed for the type of fabric used, OR you may heat set the painted piece using a dry iron and a pressing cloth by laying the pressing cloth over the painted fabric and iron the painted design for 10 seconds, lift the iron and move it to another section of the painted design. Your iron should be set at the highest setting allowed for the fabric used. NOTE: When using the FolkArt® Fabric™ Dimensional paint, you will not be able to heat set by iron, air dry your project for 72 hours and turn your garment inside out and heat set in the dryer for 30 minutes. Dryer is only used for heat setting fabric.
 
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  • Leather Studio™ Premium, soft Taklon bristle paintbrushes
  • Leather Studio™ Foam brushes or teardrop sponges for basecoating
  • Foam plate or disposable palette
  • Paper towels, Cotton balls, Cotton swabs
  • Optional Supplies: Window Cleaner, Fine grit sandpaper, Neutral shoe polish or Furniture polish
 
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Smooth, low textured fabrics such as cottons, poly cotton blends, woven blends, denims, and home décor textiles can be used as surfaces for screen print painting when using Simply Screen Paints.
 
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Yes, Simply Screen Printing Paints may be mixed or blended to achieve a new value or different color.