Denny has made a lot of masks by cutting out silhouettes in magazines. They are so effective when used in this technique.
We cover the ironing board with fabric because of off the edge oops. Using a dry iron (preferably one without holes), and applying gentle pressure, the heat will transfer the color onto the fabric. I especially love doing this technique on sheers. I use a lot of them as overlays.
Here is Gen using fabric crayons which is a form of disperse dyes. She is drawing a design on paper which she will then iron onto a piece of fabric. I used to be a Brownie Leader and one of the crafts we did with the girls was using fabric crayons to transfer a picture to a hankie for their mom for Mothers day or a little pillow which I sewed at home...great fun and easy.
Using a stencil or thickened dyes through a silkscreen (right)
The above left - a freeform drawing on paper. On the right, grass from outside used as a mask.
Denny's masks are wonderful...we all got to use them. The Halloween fabric on the right was created by Susan.
A great day...everyone had so much to contribute but special thanks to Denny for bringing all the supplies and fabrics for us to use.