Saturday, May 7, 2011

Tangents and Freezer Paper . . .

Tangent: digressing suddenly from one course of action or thought, and turning to another.

A grain sack "something" was the plan for the day.  And then I started looking at a few blogs.  One thing led to another and the next thing I knew I was looking at tutorials for using freezer paper to transfer print images onto fabric.

 I just had to try it.

I did.

It worked.

It's supposed to be a rainy day.  I think I can accomplish both.

Here's a peek at what came out of the printer.  This really opens the door to all kinds of possibilities!  Hopefully it will be going through the sewing machine later today.  It's going to be a busy day!



5 comments:

Gwen said...

Ooo!!! Want details on this one. Only a peek at the corner tells me I already LOVE it.

fromhousetohome said...

I can't wait to see what this new technique for you will produce!!

The Vintage Barn Antiques said...

I am going to try that one too! I have not found the citri-solv yet but will keep looking!
Nancy

Nan said...

Nancy, this technique works beautifully. You'll love it. Citrasolv will get you a black and white older looking transfer. The printer gives you color and whatever colors you want. The only drawback to the printer/freezer paper version, is that you're limited to the largest size your printer will accept. I'm getting ready to put together the finished product!

Cindy The Victorian Journey said...

Enjoy looking around in your blog. Such cute idea's

Thanks Cindy

YOU COULD MAKE THAT IS ON FACEBOOK!

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