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« Reply #10 on: October 30, 2005 09:50:39 AM »

Oh yeah, I never thought of using beeds to fix bleeding when using a stencil. That is an awsem idea! Im thinking about selling a few of these shirts in an upcoming art sale, hopefully people will like them, if not I will give them as christmas gifts.
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« Reply #11 on: November 10, 2005 04:51:04 PM »

Oooo, I like the result of the beads and the bleach stenciling!  Thanks for sharing it.

Thanks for the beadseast link.  It tells me things I needed to know.  One question: When it speaks of doing a separate backtrack thread, it does not show, or say, where the needle should go in & out.  Do I thread through a few beads at a time? Or the entire line of the curve at once?

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I usually "couch" long lines of beads, but it looks to me like the backtrack goes through the entire line of the curve.  I'd make a little backstitch at the end of the curve and go back through the beads from there.  Does that make any sense?
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« Reply #12 on: November 10, 2005 07:29:10 PM »

Oooo, I like the result of the beads and the bleach stenciling!  Thanks for sharing it.

Thanks for the beadseast link.  It tells me things I needed to know.  One question: When it speaks of doing a separate backtrack thread, it does not show, or say, where the needle should go in & out.  Do I thread through a few beads at a time? Or the entire line of the curve at once?

Thanks --
PS

I usually "couch" long lines of beads, but it looks to me like the backtrack goes through the entire line of the curve.  I'd make a little backstitch at the end of the curve and go back through the beads from there.  Does that make any sense?


Yep!  Thanks!
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