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Art Cloth: A Guide to Surface Design for Fabric

Art Cloth: A Guide to Surface Design for Fabric

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Fiber artists, art-to-wear designers, and art quilters have a broad range of surface design products to choose from and can use a wealth of technique combinations to create art cloth. But while many artists know how to do one or two surface design processes, few know how to combine processes on one surface effectively. Signature artist Jane Dunnewold teaches you methods for creating rich texture, color, and pattern, integrated into an artistic whole.
Fiber artists, art-to-wear designers, and art quilters have a broad range of surface design products to choose from and can use a wealth of technique combinations to create art cloth. But while many artists know how to do one or two surface design processes, few know how to combine processes on one surface effectively. Signature artist Jane Dunnewold teaches you methods for creating rich texture, color, and pattern, integrated into an artistic whole.

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Published by: Interweave on Dec 23, 2009
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JANE DUNNEWOLD
A GUIDE TOSURFACE DESIGN FOR FABRIC
ART CLOTH
 
Metal leafing
& foiling 
Metallic oils and lea add depth, brilliance, andtextural interest to dyed and printed abric. Thesehigh-contrast accents are best added at the end othe layering process because each is susceptibleto damage rom the caustic properties o soda ashand discharge agents. Neither is absorbent, whichhinders the use o textile paint or a resist onceoil or leang is applied to the cloth. Although theapplication process or both accents is the same,the visual qualities dier, so it’s useul to knowhow to use both leang and oils.
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