and thanks a lot for visiting Your Colourful Mind.
Let me briefly introduce myself and explain to you
Why I became a fabric painter
I discovered fabric painting some years ago, when I had a very hectic and demanding job and needed a new and creative way to relax and recover from the stress.
My timely discovery of fabric painting was the start of an enduring fascination with it.
Ever since, I‘ve been using the various fabric-painting techniques to create colourful designs on my clothes and household accessories.
Whenever I’m engaged in this easy-to-do activity, I’m simultaneously creating, relaxing and producing, and enjoying myself immensely.
Why I became a fabric-painting blogger
Having experienced the many pleasures of fabric painting, I can assert that anyone can start practising and enjoying it immediately.
That’s why I launched the website of Your Colourful Mind: to help other people active or interested in fabric painting to easily meet and support each other and to share information, knowledge and experiences.
Why I’m now a fabric-painting blogger and book writer
Thanks to my readers’ feedback, I know that the blog posts usually contain interesting design ideas and useful tips for the more experienced fabric painter.
However, the blog posts are not so helpful to the readers who haven’t started fabric painting yet.
Very often, I got asked how and where the absolute beginner can find structured guidance and support in order to easily access fabric painting and the various techniques.
I was definitely not happy about the fact that I couldn’t give a satisfying answer: I, too, was struggling to find a single source of information focusing exclusively and comprehensively on fabric painting.
That’s why I decided to start writing a series of guide books on fabric painting for beginners.
Currently, I am having a lot of fun transferring the fabric-painting experiences and expertise I gained from my personal projects to this series of guide books.
I hope that many other people find the series helpful in becoming fascinated and relaxed fabric painters too. 🙂
In post No 2, you can learn more about “My (hi)story of fabric painting and how the name Your Colourful Mind came up”.
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