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    Jacquard Marbling Kit

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    Jacquard Marbling Kit

    Use this traditional technique to make your own patterned fabric, one-of-a-kind wrapping paper, greeting cards, fine art and more. Each design is as unique as a fingerprint! The Jacquard Marbling Kit is easy to use and gives professional-quality results. A great group activity! For ages 12+ Included in this kit: - 6 Marbling Colors, 1/2 fl oz/14.79 ml each: yellow, red, violet, blue, white, & black - 1/2 fl oz/14.79 Synthetic Gall - 4 oz/113.40 g Alum (mordant) - 1 oz/28.35 g Carrageenan - Complete Instructions
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    Jacquard Synthetic Gall, 2oz

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    Jacquard Synthetic Gall, 2oz

    Adding Gall to Jacquard Marbling Colors increases how much a color will spread on the marbling size. Add it to the paint to make one color dominate over the others or to increase the coverage on the marbling surface. Gall can add a whole other dimension to marbling and gives you much more control over the behavior of the paints. JacquardÕs Synthetic Gall may also be used with other acrylic paints for marbling or increasing flow. Instructions Note: Gall should not be added directly to any of the paint bottles, as you cannot decrease the amount a color spreads once the gall is added. Add gall to marbling paint one drop at a time in a secondary jar or palette until the color spreads as desired. Gall may also be used to create voids in the design. The gall is powerful--do not add it directly to the surface of the size, as it will cause a sizable hole to appear in your design. Instead, dilute the gall by putting one or 2 drops into one teaspoon/5 ml of water (adjust concentration to your preference). Then you can add it to your marble to push the colors into tight veins or create little clear voids in the design. Flicking the diluted gall from a brush causes a honeycomb-like effect.
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    Jacquard Cyanotype Set

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    Jacquard Cyanotype Set

    Cyanotype is an antique photographic process distinctive for producing Prussian blue monochromatic prints. Developed in the mid-19th century, cyanotype was quickly embraced as an inexpensive method for reproducing photographs, documents, maps and plans (hence the enduring architectural term ÒblueprintÓ). Quick Instructions: JacquardÕs Cyanotype Set makes DIY cyanotype printing as easy as can be. The chemistry comes premeasured in lightproof black bottles. Simply fill each bottle with water to create Stock Solutions A & B and mix the two in equal parts to create the cyanotype sensitizer. Coat fabric or paper with the sensitizer and, once dry, create prints by exposing to sunlight or UV (3-15 minutes, depending on conditions), using objects or a film negative to create an image. After exposure, prints are processed in a tray of cool water and allowed to air dry over about 24 hours; prints will oxidize to their final deep blue color. To instantly oxidize the print to its final color, submerge in a dilute bath of hydrogen peroxide after washing, then rinse and dry. Fabric/Fiber/Surfaces Any natural surface, including cotton, linen, silk, canvas, wool, paper, wood and leather. Includes: ¥ Part A - Potassium Ferricyanide 0.8 oz/22.68 g ¥ Part B - Ferric Ammonium Citrate 1.9 oz/53.86 g ¥ Instructions This set contains enough chemistry to make approximately 65 Ð 8.5Óx11Ó/21.59 cm x 27.94 cm prints on paper or 50 Ð 8.5Óx11Ó/21.59 cm x 27.94 cm prints on fabric, depending on the absorbency of the substrate.
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    Jacquard SolarFast Starter Kit

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    Jacquard SolarFast Starter Kit

    For first time SolarFast users, kids, photographers, printmakers, novices, drawers and artists of every kind, there is no better introduction to sun-powered printmaking than the SolarFast Starter Kit. Great for kids ages 8+. Kit prints up to 8 shirts/several dozen paper prints. Included in this kit: - 3 Ð 2 fl oz/59.15 ml bottles of SolarFast (Orange, Violet and Blue) - 2 fl oz/59.15 ml bottle SolarFast Wash - Jacquard Film Marker - 6 Small Sponges - Gloves - 8 T-Pins - 3 Sheets SolarFast Film - Backerboard - Cotton Test Fabric - Quick Start Guide - Instructions Note:You will need to supply the fabric or artist paper.
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    Jacquard Gutta Resist

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    Jacquard Gutta Resist

    Resist is used to draw the outline of an image on silk. Used with liquid dyes, the Gutta stops the flow of dye at the resist lines. JacquardÕs traditional Gutta Resist is made from natural Gutta-percha (tree sap), which produces the finest resist available. Gutta resists air dry and are intended to remain permanently on the fabric.Gutta is NOT water-based and can only be thinned and cleaned up with the Gutta Resist Solvent. Any resist should be completely dry before applying dye. Gutta is removed from fabric by dry-cleaning. Colored guttas are intended to remain on the fabric and should not be dry-cleaned. Note: When used with heavier silks, Gutta Resist may have to be thinned (with Gutta Resist Solvent) so it completely penetrates the fabric.
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    Jacquard Gutta Resist

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    Jacquard Gutta Resist

    Resist is used to draw the outline of an image on silk. Used with liquid dyes, the Gutta stops the flow of dye at the resist lines. JacquardÕs traditional Gutta Resist is made from natural Gutta-percha (tree sap), which produces the finest resist available. Gutta resists air dry and are intended to remain permanently on the fabric.Gutta is NOT water-based and can only be thinned and cleaned up with the Gutta Resist Solvent. Any resist should be completely dry before applying dye. Gutta is removed from fabric by dry-cleaning. Colored guttas are intended to remain on the fabric and should not be dry-cleaned. Note: When used with heavier silks, Gutta Resist may have to be thinned (with Gutta Resist Solvent) so it completely penetrates the fabric.
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    Jacquard Gutta Resist

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    Jacquard Gutta Resist

    Resist is used to draw the outline of an image on silk. Used with liquid dyes, the Gutta stops the flow of dye at the resist lines. JacquardÕs traditional Gutta Resist is made from natural Gutta-percha (tree sap), which produces the finest resist available. Gutta resists air dry and are intended to remain permanently on the fabric.Gutta is NOT water-based and can only be thinned and cleaned up with the Gutta Resist Solvent. Any resist should be completely dry before applying dye. Gutta is removed from fabric by dry-cleaning. Colored guttas are intended to remain on the fabric and should not be dry-cleaned. Note: When used with heavier silks, Gutta Resist may have to be thinned (with Gutta Resist Solvent) so it completely penetrates the fabric.
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    Jacquard Color Magnet Broad Point Pen

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    Jacquard Color Magnet Broad Point Pen

    This more liquid formula of Color Magnet, presented in a convenient pen, is perfect for personalizing designs by drawing, stamping or stenciling. Instructions Shake well and apply by drawing, stamping or stenciling. Let dry thoroughly. Drying can be aided by the use of a hair dryer. Dye according to dye package instructions. The more diluted the dye, the greater the contrast. For best results, we recommend the immersion dyeing method. Color Magnet will attract more dye where it has been applied.
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    Jacquard Indigo Dye Kit

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    Jacquard Indigo Dye Kit

    This kit brings the ancient art of indigo dyeing to the home dyer in a user-friendly formulation. Indigo dye, which comes from a plant, is one of the oldest dyes used for coloring fabrics and the one still used today to color blue jeans. For ages 8+. Dyes up to 15 yards/5 lbs (2.27 kg) of fabric or 15 T-shirts. Dye bath lasts for several weeks. Included in this kit: - Jacquard's Pre-reduced Indigo - Reducing Agent - Soda Ash - 1 Pair of Gloves - 2 Wood Blocks - 2 Popsicle Sticks - 2 Sizes of Rubber bands - Quick Start Instructions - Instruction Booklet with tying patterns and historical/cultural overview of Indigo Note: You will need to supply: - 5 gal/18.93 L bucket with lid - Long stick for stirring - Water - Natural fabrics or yarn