Add Color and Vibrancy to your Queen of Gardens Design

April 05, 2021

Add Color and Vibrancy to your Queen of Gardens Design

Colors used:
Sun Yellow 0200,  Tangerine 0300, Chilli Red 0500, Shiraz 0600, Sea Blue 1200, Teal Green 1300, Apple Green 1400
Additional Supplies:
* Stabilizer
* Thin batting
* Fabric (100% Linen or 100% Cotton)
* Design in the correct Embroidery Machine Format
* Fabric Paint (I used Derwent Inktense)
* Aloe Gel 100%
* Dry Cloth (to wipe brushes when changing colors)
* Wet Cloth (to wipe hands so that ink does not stain your fabric)
* Small glass container to decant Aloe Gel
* Small glass container with Water to wash Brushes
* Optional: Basic Palette to mix Different Shades
Painting:
This process is simply a repeat of the following steps:
* Decide which Specific area to color
* Using a clean Brush - add Aloe Gel to the area (I used Dala 877 no 4 brush)
* With short strokes, use the Ink Pencil to add Color 
* Use a Brush to shade (I used Dala 877 no 4 brush)

I so enjoyed this Project and hope you will too:-)

Happy Painting!
Annemarie
www.astitchahalf.net

Queen of Gardens Seamless Quilt Combo

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Queen of Gardens Seamless Quilt Combo




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