Sorry if this has already been answered, I looked but maybe I missed it. I am making a trenchcoat/peacoat. Simplicity project runway, don't know the pattern number. The pattern calls for interfacing, but I wanted to line it with a light fleece or something to make it a bit warmer. For the outside fabric I am using baby corderoy. Do I need to use a light interfacing and line it? Or will lining it be enough structure? Also I read that interfacing and interlining sometimes will be used as the same term if the pattern is translated wrong? And I also saw somewhere something that looked like a fusible themo interfacing. Can anyone help me figure this out?
Ive tried this a few times and am not getting great results. When I bought the screen material I bought black because I wasnt thinking and have the trace the picture out with a colored pencil. And also was wonding if anyone has tried the tulip fabic paint as a screen filler. The mudge podge doesnt seems work to good for me. Leaves little holes that I cant seem to find until I print. Maybe its the black fabric. But the fabic paint seems thicker. Anyone have any pointers for me, I was so excited when I found this. Pure genius!
I tried looking on flickr for the twins and couldnt find them. Could you send me a link? I used to go to foundmagazine years ago and forgot all about it. I love it. I like finding people lists they forget at walmart. They are so fun. Thanks for reminding me!
I have pictures of Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin And Jerry Garcia. That are almost identicale to your Jim Morrison. I found the images. Turned them into stencils, printed them on projecter paper and traced them onto wood. Im not good at painting at all so I cheated haha. I forgot about them because I gave them to my brother. Yours look great. And u didnt even cheat!