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Posted: 1 year ago ● 2 notesReblog

So this is happening. Officially ordered my spoonflower canvas fabric last night, and the lining this morning for my TARDIS bag. Too bad spoonflower won’t ship for 2 weeks, and it was expensive ($30 a yard, holy shit!) but it’s going to be awesome. I cannot wait.

(TARDIS fabric here, Michael Miller fabric here)

Posted: 2 years ago ● 33 notesReblog


Mermaid Damask by Rosalarian on Spoonflower.

Posted: 3 years ago ● 143 notesReblog


cyanotype print on handknits and crochet… now that’s an interesting thing to try.

“Most people are familiar with cyanotype without knowing it - in the form of the blue sunprint papers for kids. However, instead of buying pre-treated paper, you can buy the cyanotype sensitizer and use it to treat just about anything. The cyanotype image is formed when fabric that has been coated with the sensitizing solution is exposed to UV light (sunlight). Where the light penetrates to the sensitized surface, a dark blue permanent dye is formed, and where the light is blocked, the fabric stays its original color. So with the use of a negative (like an old black and white photographic negative), you can print any image or artwork. Fortunately, it’s easy to make digital negatives with a computer and inkjet printer.”

(via How-To: Cyanotype Print on Handknits and Crochet @Craftzine.com blog)