7 thoughts on “No 20 – How to find fabric painting design ideas – example no 2”

  1. Ike Leverone says:

    One of the many things i love about your blog is that you post so many different options for creating. High end fabrics, create your own, use a pattern or don t use one, etc. It s really nice to know i can come here and just find such different interesting things to do all the time.

    1. Thanks for your feedback, Ike! I also learn a lot from others and their projects.
      Thus, whenever you feel happy about sharing your designs, – I will be happy to publish them here. Just send an email to me (margot@your-colourful-mind.com) and attach photos of your projects and some info about the background: idea-finding, purpose, challenges, results, etc.

  2. Hi Margot,

    I do not have kids, but do you think kids would like fabric painting?

    Best Ferdie

    1. Hi Ferdie,
      yes, kids enjoy fabric painting. Parental guidance is definitely necessary with younger kids to avoid a mess around their “working”area. And even with older kids, it often make sense and can create a lot of fun if you organize the fabric painting together with them. The great thing about fabric painting for kids (and for adults!) is that you get real results: if you paint on a t-shirt or shirt you can wear it and show off your work, if you paint on an apron or tea towel you can give it as a gift to family or friends. And those who get this kind of gift are usually also happy (see post No 2).

  3. I like your guidelines about the preparations and now the way how you present examples. Much better than reading long instructions. Thank you

  4. brigitte lange says:

    wieder prima Beispiele. Sieht gar nicht so schwierig aus. Bin gespannt auf weitere Ideen.
    Viele Grüsse,
    B Lange

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *