1. Hand wash scarves in cold water with woolite.
2. Wrap in towel to dry.
3. Iron to get rid of wrinkles before stamping.
4. Stamp with Craft Ink and hang overnight to dry.
5. Iron to heat set ink.
6. Throw in dryer for 20 minutes to finish heat setting.
I got these color combos off the new Color Coach.
Stamps: Mixed Bouquet, Paint Prints
Ink for scarf on left: Regal Rose, Rose Red, Garden Green, Certainly Celery, Barely Banana
Ink for scarf on right: Regal Brilliant Blue, Bashful Blue, Garden Green, Certainly Celery, Barely Banana
Date: Thursday, December 22, 2005 GMT Views: 878
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Fri, Dec 23, 2005 @ 6:23 AM
ladyofleisure, I hung them to dry overnight before heat setting. You could just heat set instead, but I didn't want to use my heat gun because I was afraid to burn the silk. I figured if I ironed them before the ink was dry that it would smear.