To paint or not to paint with texture… that is the big fabric painting question. What’s all the fuss about? Well, so glad you asked. Today there are so many counterfeits on the market in just about any and everything that can be produced by man. Creating an interesting texture on fabric gives the appearance of having the real deal, an original, not a print of one.
As moist encourages mold growth, it can be said that water is one of its primary sources. It can either be because of a leak, high indoor humidity, flooding or other water-related damages. Whichever may the cause be, it must be fixed and effective mold cleaning must be implemented to remove mold from clothes and other items made of fabrics. In doing so, an organized set of steps must be followed. This will help ensure that the mold removal is made safe and effective.
It is not always fire which causes problems. Having extreme heat near any synthetic fabric will melt and curl into ruin. A simple cigarette ash will burn fibre based fabrics a hole into plastic.
Adding fabric trims and cording: Whether it is a contemporary or traditional design, adding fabric trims or cording to your fabrics can add a custom look. For example use the same cording on a pillow on your bed as a cording welt on a chair in your bedroom.
Satin is basically a soft and lustrous fabric with Lycra and stretch. Satin is shinny in appearance and are available in all dark and light colors. Satin sarees are quite popular for brides’ wardrobe. It resists stretching, shrinking and moths. These are luxurious Nomex Honeycomb Parts with deep luster and excellent draping qualities.
2) Sparkling Organza: Sparkling organza fabric is a soft, sheer fabric which is perfect way to scatter a cloud of sparkles over your table. Sparkling Organza with its tiny metallic flecks can also be used for sheer curtains to bring starlight to your walls. The transparent fabric works well with mixing and matching colors the sheer colors. Organza fabric is soft enough to tie and stiff enough to be used for bows so consider it for sashes and bows as well as overlays and sheers.
If a soft feel fabric is important to you, there can be no better than linen. It is soft to begin with, and continues to get softer with every wash you give it. That softness is maintained as the fabric ages as it does not suffer from pilling, so does not develop the scratchiness that cotton can do with age.
Remember that good will makes for great sales, and follow through with proper packaging and speedy delivery. You can have a great time selling your accumulated collection of fabrics, notions and fibers. At the same time, you have the opportunity to make a tidy profit from goods that might have otherwise stayed buried in your closet. If you play your cards right, it is a win-win situation.