Stamp Giveaway & Fabric Stamping Tutorial!

Hi friends! Today I am going to show you how to stamp on fabric! This technique is handy if you are looking to gussy up premade t-shirts, tote bags or baby onesies (how cute!) or if you want to make your own fabric for quilting and other crafts. Today we will use inexpensive cotton muslin fabric to make a scarf. This way you can try out these techniques without it costing you an arm and a leg:)

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Also the fine folks at ArtΒ Neko are giving away a set of the stamps I used, all you have to do is leave a comment and I will draw a name at random in one week! This contest is open to everyone world-wide. Thanks Art Neko!

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I want to mention that the dye I am using is Dr Ph Martin radiance watercolor. It is kinda pricey as far as dye goes but it also can be used as watercolor paint BUT it is not lightfast on paper, it is like using a marker as far as how quickly it would fade, but many paper crafters like this watercolor and use it. It is a wonderful, high quality dual purpose product.

Watch the video to learn how!

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Supplies:

  • Lightweight cotton muslin fabric (white)
  • Mordant (I used Soda Ash aka washing soda)
  • Fabric Dyes (I am using Dr. Ph Martin Radiance which can be used as fabric dies or watercolors)
  • Stamps (ArtNeko)
  • Ink: Ranger Archival (if using another ink test it first on washed fabric)
  • Inktense pencils or blocks
  • Stiff brushes
  • Textile medium (optional)
  • Lumiere paint by Jaquard for accents (optional)

Directions:
1. Prewash fabric and trim to size, I used a 10″ wide strip as it comes off the bolt.
2. Mix a tablespoon of soda ash with 2 cups of very hot water. Soak fabric in this mix and ring out the excess.
3. Protect your table with plastic bags and spread out your fabric.
4. Apply dies. Pick colors near each other on the color wheel to avoid mud.
5. Let dry and press the fabric with a hot iron.
6. Hem the raw edges (I did not hem the short edges as they were the bound edges off the bolt of fabric)
7. Using firm pressure and a well inked stamp add images to the fabric. Heat set.
8. Color with inktense pencils or blocks.
9. Apply water to the images to liquefy the inktense and add more pigment from the block if desired.
10. Spatter more inktense if desired.
11. Accent with fabric paint, let dry and press again with a hot iron to set.

So, can you think of a project that this technique would be good on? Let me know in the comments and don’t forget, I will pick one lucky commenter to receive the stamps I used! Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

304 thoughts on “Stamp Giveaway & Fabric Stamping Tutorial!

    1. Loved the tutorial, the scarf, paints and most of all the stamps! I love love love fall so that scarf was awesome! I would love to see a dragonfly version! I love dragonflies! Thanks Lindsay for the great videos!

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  1. Love this! It would be fabulous on so many things! Totes, sneakers, hats, scarves, prayer flags, outdoor fabric pillows and chairs, wow!

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  2. The scarf is so beautiful. I love the leafs with the fall colors also. Has a 70s look to it which I love. Great Job.

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  3. My first thought was to use it on muslin bags. I make them for gift bags and vary the sizes so that different items will fit in them. This would be perfect for them. It would dress up the bag enough that with a pretty drawstring it would be a part of the gift and not just a wrapper. Thank you for sharing. You always have such wonderful techniques and ideas.

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  4. I absolutely love this idea and am going to visit our great nieces and will make bags with this and videotape it on my website…it will be such a fun reminder of our trip and a great way to spend a few hours together. Thanks so much for the idea. Sandy Parker
    Crafting for Almost Everyone

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  5. Love your videos. I recently started crafting again (as a senior) and your videos and tips are perfect for the newbie. Love your work! Keep up the great work!

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  6. This is very cool! I think it would be really neat with the Little Prince-themed stamps, if those exist. I am picturing sky blue fabric and the image where he is being flown with the flock of birds on one end of the scarf.

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  7. What a great project, Lindsay. Now I know what I can do with the box of washing soda I have at the back of the cupboard under the kitchen sink lol (I use it for cleaning my silver jewellery at the moment). Thanks to Art Neko for giving us all the chance to win the stamps you used on the scarf, they are beautiful.
    Bejay xx

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  8. I love the fall colors. Its my favorite time of year. Since I moved to the south I don’t get to see the changing of the leaves where I live. So this scarf you made reminds me of my very young childhood up north. Love your videos. I look forward to each one. Thank you for sharing them with us.

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  9. I have tons of muslin fabric that was originally meant for me to practice sewing up my civil war dress. I have a new purpose thank you so much for such a wonderful idea!

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  10. Awesome….so pretty…I wouldn’t do shimmer, I’m plain jane…but I totally love love it! Thanks for sharing…glad your back and not doing another painting class…like when u share everyday items, like today’s…thanks again

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  11. I can’t wait to try this. The possibilities are endless and I’m always looking for new and interesting craft ideas. Thanks for sharing.

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  12. Your scarf turned out great. And I so enjoy watching your videos. You always make me laugh. Thanks for the ideas!

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  13. I love this idea! So much inspiration every time. I hope you never run out of these awesome ideas.
    Thank you for a chance for this giveaway.
    (I didn’t see my first comment so I if it shows up later just ignore this one πŸ™‚ )

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  14. Love, love, love this project! I never would have thought of using Dr. Martin inks on fabric, so a big Thank You for road-testing this for us. I want to make a quilted fall table runner and placemats, but was having trouble finding fabric in the right colors. Using the inks (which I may already have) is the perfect solution. Love the leaf stamps; I can see some free-motion stitching on those. Thanks again, Miss Lindsay!

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  15. This looks like a fun thing to do πŸ™‚ I have a hand painted silk scarf my niece made many years ago. This would be a great way of returning the favour.

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  16. Really pretty colors. I have alot of the products already. Gonna try this for sure. Thanks for sharing and welcome back.

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  17. I love this project! You have made stamping on fabric seem so do-able. What a lovely gift this would make! I am totally doing this (scarves). But I don’t think I could afford the Radiance dyes so will look for a substitute. I am definitely buying the Ink tense blocks, though. I have the pencils and love them. Thank you for the project explanation and enthusiasm!

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  18. Love those leaves! It turned out so pretty. I’m thinking some napkins would be a fun project to start out with, AND I actually use napkins but rarely think about a scarf!! Thanks for this very fun project.

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  19. ❀️ the scarf! πŸπŸ‚
    Ps: pick me pick me!! I am just starting to collect stamps and these are a good set to add to my collection.

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  20. I think I would like to try making some Cairn Terrier related cloth; I have some Cairn stamps, and the rescue organizations are always looking for unusual and cool donated items for fund-raising auctions. I may try it out to make a fall-motif crate cover for my two Cairn Terriers.

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  21. I loved the scarf. The colours are beautiful and my favourites. I also find rit dye not bright enough and a disappointment when dry. This is much more vivid and lively. Thanks for all your great ideas.

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  22. Love this project. Thanks for the info about washing soda. I haven’t had good luck dying 100% cotton before and now I know what to do.

    Those leaf stamps are lovely and so timely. I wear lots of scarves in the cooler season and this would be an fun way to expand my collection.

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  23. Love the scarf, I make a lot of bags, totes, etc and dye my own fabric but to stamp them brings them to another level, thanks for the idea, I also thought it would be good for dog coats, beds, etc.

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  24. Oh my what a truley lovely scafe.
    Thank for the vidoe this project has now been added on my gift making xmas presant list.

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  25. LOVE IT! I think this would be fun for making seasonal table runners and matching place mats and napkins – same deal as you did – just use inexpensive muslin and then mount the placemats on something a bit sturdier, like perhaps a coordinating burlap? Not sure I’m going to spring for the Dr Ph Martins but it is a very cool process.

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  26. What a great project! My mind is working overtime! Napkins, table runner, placemats…..oh my! Thanks Lindsey!

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  27. Delightful!! Love how this came out! I would love to try this to make gifts for the holidays! Thanks for the chance!!

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  28. A very cool project that loiked crazy at first and beautiful after. Thank you for the fun gift idea, I like it better than mine, to knit wash clothes for gifts.

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  29. Thank you. I’m glad you keep Frugal in mind with your suggestions, though I also appreciate your reviews of more expensive products, especially watercolor. Art Neko makes great stamps.

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  30. I love this medium I have been Marbling Silk for years and I have been looking for new ways to give them a different look THANKS and glad you are back and it is wonderful to get recharged. πŸ™‚

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  31. I love this medium I have been Marbling Silk for years and I have been looking for new ways to give them a different look THANKS and glad you are back and it is wonderful to get recharged. πŸ™‚

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  32. This is great Lindsey I love how it turned out. I’m thinking this would be a great idea to do with my kids for them to give as gifts.

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  33. I have some gauzy fabric that I’m going to go stashdiving for…..as soon as I hit enter.

    Good luck everyone!!
    β™‘Ang

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  34. Muslin gift bags and totes would be fabulous with this technique. I’m all over this and thanks so much for sharing!

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  35. Great tip about heat setting the archival stamp ink onto the fabric. By coincidence I was stamping onto fabric with the same ink yesterday, I washed it and its seemed OK, but will definitely add this extra step – thanks for all your informative tutorials.

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  36. I just watched the video on YouTube and really like this project! I can see why you were so excited about it when you can back from vacation Lindsey. You also gave a a big tidbit of-I had no idea I could use my InkTense pencils on fabrics!

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  37. I’m learning so much from your video’s. Love your crafting style! I think I might adapt this idea and make some gift bags.

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  38. Welcome back! Great technique – it would be great for a little purse or bag! My kids would have fun with this.

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  39. Fantastic project Lindsay. I want to add colour to my sitting room with each changing season. For the warmer months l am going to try a coffee table runner,muslin curtain tie backs and a couple of cushion covers. Any suggestions for a nautical summer theme?
    I found a couple of these stamp sets in Australia. Hope we get the new range sometime.

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  40. Lindsay, I use plain, white flour sack towels in my kitchen. I’m always looking for ways to make them coordinate with my decor — this is perfect. They would also make great gifts as everyone who uses my towels wants to take some home with them!

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  41. Hope you had a nice vacation and I liked all the paintings you did. Love the scarf and pattern. Thanks for sharing.

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  42. I love these stamps and your amazing work!! Love all your tip and tricks learn lots from you!! You rock Lindsay keep up the good work thanks for sharing!!

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  43. Love this! Would be a fun Craft Fair item also. That way if they don’t sell, I won’t feel bad about wearing them all. πŸ™‚

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  44. How timely this is! I was just doing some online shopping looking at scarves, but didn’t buy one yet.
    I haven’t made one in ages, and this looks fun, and it’s really unique and beautiful.
    Thanks for the inspiration and tutorial.

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  45. This sounds like a fun project for my nieces and nephews. With muslin we can create lots of fun fabrics to make into reusable shopping bags for family!! Thanks for the inspiration….Christmas is saved by the frugal crafter!!

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  46. How neat! I’ve done some silk scarf dying, but never thought of stamping it, even though I plan to stamp some other fabric project. I imagine stamping on silk would work as well as muslin.

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  47. You have inspired me to give this a try. I’m thinking about stamping t-shirts with stamping around the neck and sleeves.

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  48. Fall is just around the corner and I love the colors you used and the leaf stamps. Yes, you were missed while you were on vacation.

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  49. I think the scarf came out great! I love fall colors they are so soothing and calming. Glad to have you back Lindsay!
    Big Hugs!!
    Reeah.

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  50. I never really thought about stamping on fabric before. You have opened up a whole new area of creativity for me to explore.

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  51. My nephews and I love crafting together especially when their parents are on a date day. I’m thinking they can paint a scene on fabric and put it a frame as a surprise gift.

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  52. I love those leaf stamps and never realized I could use ink and stamps on fabric like that. I learn something new from you all the time. Thank you.

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  53. This was an awesome project and now my niece is being too do this. So I’m commenting to try and won the stamps. Thanks keep up the great work love love love your videos.

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  54. Love the colors, and I appreciate your happy & up-beat way you teach. You make learning fun. I sure like to try new things knowing, it is the process, and the”art of having fun’ accomplishing it. I would love the stamps. Thank you for all of you do,

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  55. great project! the colors are so pretty and they go so well with those beautiful stamps. thank you for sharing all these tips πŸ™‚

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    1. Stamping onesies as baby shower activity sounds great! I’m a little rusty in making rubber stamps now that I’m focusing more on learning how to paint. But this makes me want to get the ole Speedball cutter out and create stamps again. Thanks, Lindsay!

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  56. Love the scarf, I have a satin type fabric I might be able to try. Love those stamps but could never afford the paints you used.
    angel hugs
    Debby

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  57. I may have to break out the sewing machine and try this along with some of the great ideas your community has shared!

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    1. OH FRUGAL , I love this idea just started watching and learning I love water color . I think your tanasity is a breath of fresh air . Keep teaching I’m no where near through learning ! Bless your heart

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  58. Cute!! Can you use Dr PH Martins Hydrus instead of Radiant? I thought the only difference between the two was the lightfastness qualities. Would also love to see more watercolor paintings with Hydrus, after of course, all your vacation paintings. Thanks.

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  59. What fun!!! My 1st grandson is 7 months old….and I have so many plain canvas bags! … Time to visit ArtNeko and check out stamps too! Crossing my fingers to win the ones in the giveawayπŸ‘πŸ». You’re the first crafter I starting following and I’ve learned so much from you!!! Thank you for all the hard work, and dedication to your subscribers! Love it!

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  60. Love your scarf. I had purchased some Inktense pencils a while ago to use on quilts. Thanks for giving me all the tips on getting that done. I love your videos! Keep them coming.

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  61. What an awesome idea. I’m always looking at ways to use what I have for fun things to make with my daughter, this is definitely happening πŸ˜‰
    Great giveaway too xx
    Thanks Lindsey

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  62. I’m not a scarf person unless it’s crocheted lace, but I think that the technique would make a great fall table runner. Maybe with the addition of some lace edging. Hmmmm. A picture has formed in my head, now I’m going to have to try it.

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  63. Missed you! I love leaves, and with fall coming up, the possibilities are endless for projects to create with this stamp set! Thanks!

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  64. Love, Love, Love your videos! So much energy and varied craft ideas. I only heard about you this spring and I have watched almost all of your videos! Thanks for all your ideas.

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  65. I love the scarf, my colors too. Glad you are back. This 85year old crafter loves all the good IDEAS you give us, and the time you so freely pass along to all of us.

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  66. I used to do silk painting but the supplies were too toxic to use, so sadly I had to give it up. This seems like a terrific alternative. Thank you so much!

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  67. Nice scarf! Looks pretty with your skin tone. Glad you are back and glad you all had a nice vacation! My favorite stamps are leaves, flowers and House Mouse so it would be great to win these from you and Art Neko! Had fun reading your old posts-archived from 2008! A lot of frugal ideas and different ideas! Thank you! I’ve been with you for over three years and counting. Really enjoy watching! Well this is long so gotta go. Welcome back home!

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  68. Lovely scarf. I like the leaf stamps. I have painted on clothing by applying paint to the back if leaves and then pressing onto the fabric. I taught kids to do that when they visited the state park.

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  69. What an awesome idea.. Keep up the videos love them.. Love scarves.. I would love the chance to win a set of the stamps πŸ™‚

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  70. The scarf and technique are amazing. The technique would work great to re-work a thrift store shirt, hiding stains on clothing, make pillow covers, hand towels or other fabric items to match your decor. The ideas are only limited by our imaginations lol. I love that stamp set. Fall is my favorite season and the colors you used were beautiful.

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  71. I’m always impressed with your crafts and this one is even better when it’s almost the fall! Keep up the good work!!

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  72. Wow, your video couldn’t have come at a better time for me, I just bought muslin to practice fabric painting! Your scarf turned out so pretty! Thank you for doing this video!

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  73. OMGosh…. a table runner, love the scarf….or even a totebag…a baby onesie…..bib…. thank you for the lesson and the chance to win! Hugs! deb

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  74. Lindsey,
    Learned something new again! I am a fall baby, so I love the colors of your scarf, which would also make a beautiful table runner. Oh yeah, you have also turned me into a lover of Art Neko! The people are wonderful as are their stamps! Thank you for the opportunity to win! And, WELCOME back!

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  75. Pretty scarf. I love your teachable moments. So many Artists hide those like they never make a mistake but you take us through it and then show us how to adapt. Wonderful. Thanks so much.

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  76. Hi Lindsay! So many possibilities! Thank you for yet another idea as to how to express our creativity! Hugs from San Diego!

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  77. Wonderful! Question, isn’t soda ash Trona? So it is same as baking soda bought in stores? At least in WY where the tronamine is they say they are same thing so, just wondering. I have baking soda galore πŸ™‚

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      1. Trona is what we dig out of the ground in my area. Worlds largest deposit :). It is Arm and Hammer Baking soda, Arm and Hammer detergent, Arm and Hammer Everything AND, it is in All glass. At least around here Trona is called soda ash also so, I was wondering. I’ll ask someone in the biz then. Thank you πŸ™‚

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  78. Hi Lindsay! Wow! Your scarf turned out beautifully! And I think the spatters added to the design even more! Love the leaves!!! I think this would be a gorgeous hobo bag/purse!!! Or book bag for my nerdy library trips! Lol! Love it! As always…wonderful! And so fun! Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win! πŸ™‚

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  79. Hi Lindsay…I posted a comment, but then my WordPress account popped up to sign in, and I think my comment was lost. :/ But…this scarf is gorgeous! I love the colors and the leaf design! I think that spatters added even more to the design! I think I’d make a hobo bag/purse with this technique, or maybe a book bag for my nerdy library trips! Lol! Thank you for sharing and for the chance to win! Wonderful, as always!!! πŸ™‚

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  80. What a great gift idea! On overload with all the possibilities of uses for this technique!!! Thanks so much for sharing! You truly are an inspiration!

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  81. Very cool! A few days ago, I left a request for a video on using Inktense on fabric, and here it is! LOL. Thanks so much Lindsay. Your scarf turned out great and I’m inspired to use my Inktense blocks to decorate a boring beige shirt that I never wore, even once. I’ll make sure to wash it first.

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  82. Such a great project. I am always looking for something neat to do with my grand kids that is different that the “usual” crafts. This would be perfect, messy and fun. Thanks.

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  83. I love this technique. I see it could be used for many small projects as well, like pencil cases and small bags, even notebook covers, like in a matching set.

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  84. Love your videos but your dangerous. I keep buying everything you use. I just bought Maria watercolor and gouche. 18 colors for $6.00 from Jerry’s. They seem very good. What do you think?
    Ron @ronrapp2@mac.com

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    1. I bought my ganache paint set because of her. I am happy I did though. Love that she gives us inexpensive tops on supplies

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  85. Beautiful project. Stamps are great too! Thanks for the chance to win the stamp set. I love everything fall!! Your videos always teach me so much! You really are one of my favorite crafters. As a crafter with ADHD I jump around to all different crafting forms too. I feel you are like me and can love so many different forms of crafting. I am never bored watching you videos. You inspire me to use the stuff I have which is so varied. Thank you for that!!!

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  86. Love the way you’re thinking FALL!!! Excellent idea for muslin. I think there are many of these in my future πŸ˜€

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  87. You may have been on vacation but you were still there for us, thank you. I’d love to win the stamps give away. Thanks for using the Inktense on fabric, please do more if and when you can. Thanks again.
    Joy

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  88. I really like the idea of the Inktense Blocks (I have them too) and it didn’t occur to me to use them in that way. As always, you inspire us to create. Thanks.

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  89. Yes! I made a wonderful fall wreath with mini cookie cutter s shaped like different fall leaves similar to these stamps several years ago with marbling several different fall colored Fimo clays! I no longer have those cutters but would LOVE to try these stamps with the same idea! I currently cannot afford them! Pick me! Great tutorial!!! 😁😁😁

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  90. Thanks for using my favorite colors on your adorable scarf. Anything with a maple floats my boat. Thanks for sharing, not only you creativity, but especially your enthusiasm. pat v

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  91. So glad you did this with the ph martin. I was wondering if you could use ph martin for fabric but I couldn’t find any videos showing the use of this product on fabric. I love the look. Wonderful video thank you for all the info you give to us.

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  92. Lovely autumnal scarf. This would be great in purples, magentas, bright pinks with your dragonflies and trails for Summer. Winter could have holly leaves, pines etc. with deep greens and berry reds and perhaps some glittered snow, which just leaves Spring. Here in England means daffodils, crocuses etc. so primrose lemons, lilacs and spring green would give a fresh look to the scarf.
    Thank you for inspiring me Lindsay!

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  93. Thanks for the tutorial, I will definitely use the fabric dyes to color the back ground of the wall hanging quilts I enjoy making.

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  94. Soooo excited you back from Vaca my normal 1:30 friday “live show ” alarm went off on my phone ” and yes and I have alarm so I don’t miss it” and I said oh live show time and was so disappointed when I remembered you were on vacation, although if anyone deserves a vacation it’s you! You do so much for the crafty comuity and always on the go I I have no idea you do it all. I do also have a question not sure if you answer them here if not I’ll be sure not to miss Friday live show. I can not find denatured alcohol I have son brand new markers that are dried and usless. I’m in canada maybe it’s named different here do you know of any other names for it. Also what hardwhere store have you seen it in as we do have some US chains. Thanks again for all also the leaf and the strawberry paintings were just beautiful

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  95. Autumn leaves are one of my favorite things and autumn is my favorite season! This project is one I will do, I have most of the materials, just need those stamps! Thanks for sharing, I really enjoy your videos!

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  96. Hope you had a great vacation! I love scarves.. I wear them all the time! So what a great idea for me to win some products and be able to make some of my own scarves to show off my art talent.. LOL!!!!! The stamps are very pretty and so are the inks and I would love to give them a try πŸ™‚

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  97. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and being such an inspiration.
    I love your scarf!This is another project I can’t wait to try. I have a few metres of muslin on hand …
    (I would love to win the stamps, too)

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  98. When I was a little girl, I was fascinated by scarves. My Nan, my mom and my aunt all wore them and I couldn’t wait to grow up to own my own. I have been grown up for a long time now, and I have only my winter scarves. I think I will have to try this. Thank you for sharing.

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  99. I live the art projects you do. You have inspired me to try so many things and stamping on fabric will be the new one to try.

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  100. Thanks for a great demo on multiple techniques, products and media. You have uncomplicated many things for me. Rather new at this.

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  101. Thanks Lindsay, even though I basically watch the watercolour videos you make I love them all. Soooo make me want to create.

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  102. Loved this , don’t wear scarves much, but would love to try this on a t-shirt or onsie. really enjoyed watching this video, and had to laugh about the sewing machine, glad to hear i’ m not the only one who forgets how to use something on it.

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  103. That is a beautiful scarf! I have painted clothing before but it was a long time ago. You made it look so easy. Now I want to try it. πŸ˜ƒ

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  104. Oh, I have a question. Have you used the Ritz dyes in your washing machine? Did they stain it? I want to try it but don’t want to ruin my machine. I have dye I purchased quite awhile ago and haven’t been brave enough to use it
    So I would love it if you would answer this question. Thank you.

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    1. I have not, I can’t manage to use bleach without runining things so I have not attempted the dye in the machine. I use a large plastic tuboutside LOL!

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  105. Howdy fellow Mainer !!!!! WOW Lindsay !!!!!! I love all your videos !!! You amaze me with your endless ideas and info .You are my go to person for everything. Thank you so much for sharing all your ideas and educating me on frugal ways to craft . Not sure if my husband would agree….. lol……He doesn’t understand how the trash has anything to do with crafting and gets mad when I remove things from our trash or bring home thing from work trash….. lol Any how keep up the good work your amazing!

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  106. I absolutely love those colors.. Another great video, love and Hugs from Ohio.. πŸ’—πŸ’“πŸ‚πŸπŸŽ¨πŸ’

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      1. I think that is the technique where you use a brush to drop colors into a shallow pan of water and lay a paper on top to pick it up. Then pull the paper out of the water and let it dry. It leaves cool designs on the paper without much effort (once you are set up that is).

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  107. What a beautiful scarf and such a great way of dyeing and decorating it. I would of never thought of something like that. I love your videos. If I wanna try something new but want to know if its going to work first, I always look to see if you have done it first.

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  108. This is great and I think I have the stuff to do it! Yay! I hope I’m not to late to be added to the drawing. Who doesn’t love to win things? πŸ™‚

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  109. Stamping on material is fun. Thanks for the info on using the washing soda I always have a box. Hope I’m not to late for the giveaway.

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  110. Hey Lindsay….will you post the winner of the stamps here or privately? Of course you *are* picking me right πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰

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    1. I emailed the winner and posted it last wednesday:) She already replied to me. I post it on my blog a week later but email them as well just to be sure they see it:) I can’t have a prize getting wasted:)

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      1. Drat. I can’t find the post, I wanted to congratulate them. Guess I’ll do it here….

        Congrats to the winner!! Of course we are “sap green” with envy. Enjoy!

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  111. Hello I need to know if you can use table salt to pretreat the fab I c if you mix it with warm water.
    Please reply asap.

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