Friday, January 20, 2012

Getting Started With Soy Wax Batik Free Tutorial By Sue Bleiweiss

If you've ever wondered about creating beautiful batik fabric designs using wax then you'll be happy to know that Sue Bleiweiss of Sue Bleiweiss website has another wonderful tutorial showing you how to  batik fabric on her Sue Bleiweiss blog. I hope you enjoy Sue's tutorial.


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Here's what Sue had to say about her getting started with soy wax batik tutorial:

I’ve always been intrigued with batik but was reluctant to try it because of the trouble of being able to get the wax out of the fabric using dry cleaning. Then I read about using soy wax as an alternative to traditional batik wax (a mixture of paraffin and beeswax) and decided to try it. I have been pleasantly surprised with the results that I’ve gotten working with soy wax so I thought I’d put together a project sheet to help others who want to try working with it but aren’t sure where to start.

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Sue is a Mixed Media Fiber Artist and Instructor. She teaches classes online in mixed media, surface design, fiber arts.

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