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Topic: Computer/Chemistry/Science Geek Fabric?  (Read 460 times)
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amethystrain
« on: November 12, 2007 09:55:57 PM »

Hi! I'm trying to find some computer science/chemistry/or just basic science geek patterned fabric! Where should I look?? Fabric like computer code or little atoms or elements or beakers or something like that. Any ideas??

Thanks!!!
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ludicrouslouisa
« Reply #1 on: November 13, 2007 12:02:30 PM »

I don't know where you would get fabric like that but I'll give you a tip for making a repeating pattern fabric. This is best for small items unless you want to spend forever stencilling.
Cut yourself a stencil of a beaker (or whatever but a simple shape with 1 colour is best) out of a piece of card. Then place it on your fabric, stencil on with fabric paint, move it along and continue. Try and keep the stencils evenly placed - say, you can line up the edges of the stencil with the edge of the design.
If you keep at it (don't bother with anything like freezer paper - a postcard works well) then you'll have your own science fabric in no time! You can then iron fix it Cheesy
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