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1  FIBER ARTS / Dyeing: Completed Projects / Re: Tutorial for Coffee Dye/Paint on: February 10, 2013 10:25:43 AM
hello, i past the weekend getting fun bleaching and paiting some clothing... i uses tie/dye technic to bleach an old 501 levi's dark blue jeans, then i put them in the coffee for 2 hours... now i have to ironing the pants and then i want to brush this coffee paint in the top and the bottom parts... now the efect is so cool, tomorrow i will use the coffee paint... i will tell u about the results... i put some curry in water and i make it boil, i had a sauce very thicky i think i will paint a t-shirt but if it is too much thick may i add some vinager to make it more liquid? and i used the red wine to coloured a linen white shirt (GAS) doing some shadows the efect is so nice but to add a plain colour surface on the top may i use beet sauce, do u know the right process? thanks a lot
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