Tag Archives: Substrates

Selectasine Printing System, curing and fixing

Inks made from the Selectasine Binders and Pigments provide excellent wash fastness on fabric. It is advisable to allow the ink to dry for at least 24 hours before fixing them with heat. When the print is dry, the screen inks will require fixing (fixing is also known as curing) before it can be washed […]

Derwent Graphik Line Painters – Tried & Tested

Derwent Line Painters

We love this great new product from Derwent. The Graphik Line Painter pens are filled with opaque ink which leaves a permanent mark on most porous surfaces including paper, board, leather, clay and wood. The pens also work on natural fabrics such as silk, linen and cotton. Ironing on the reverse will set the ink […]

Fiber Etch for Cutwork and Devore – fabric sampling

by Allison Holland I was very excited about the opportunity to play with Fiber Etch. Fiber Etch gel is designed to dissolve plant (cellulose) fibres such as cotton, viscose, linen and rayon. It is used for the “burn-out” process of devore and cutwork, while polyester, other synthetic fibres, wool and silk fibres remain intact. My […]

Printing on Fabric using Bubble Jet Set 2000

Bubble Jet Set 2000 is no longer available from George Weil Bubble Jet Set 2000 makes 100% cotton and silk fabrics suitable for inkjet printing. The fabric is soaked in the solution and when dry is ironed onto the shiny side of freezer paper, giving it support for feeding through an inkjet printer. Please note […]

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