It was Kristine's silk and she said the lightest weight is what she
bought (it floats better in the wind but it is also not as durable)
but any weight will work. I use Jacquard silk dye, Kristine's was
in a square bottle. I am trying to get a hold of the info I was
given. I will pass on the info when I get it . There is also a wash
you may need. If I can be of any more help feel free to contact me.
Thanks for taking the class and have fun
'Aine nic Tailliuer/Annette Barker
On 2/18/2015 8:09 AM, Bonnie Steele
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I'll forward this to 'Aine to make sure she gets it. --
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My husband took a silk painting class which he
enjoyed very much. He went to the site for supplies
[Dharma], but there were many choices for paints and fabric
weights to choose from and he couldn't remember which ones
the teacher recommended. Will they all work as well? We
would prefer whatever was used in the class because the
Windex trick for removing mistakes was a near miracle for
those of who artistically challenged.
Help from the instructor or anyone who remembers which
paints and fabrics were used would be deeply appreciated.
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