- Dimensions du produit: 5,1 x 18,4 x 12,7 cm ; 680 g
- Numéro du modèle de l'article: JAC1003
- ASIN: B00C3PIM1Y
- Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr : 1 janvier 2013
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Jacquard produits Jacquard Textile couleur peinture, 2,25 Oz Tissu, Earth Tones (Lot de 8)
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- JACQUARD PRODUCTS-Textiles Color Fabric Paint Set
- This color leaves your fabric as soft as possible
- They can be applied straight from the bottle with a brush applicator bottle or stamp
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Couleur: Earth Tones 8 Color Set
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I bought the Emerald Green, which turned out to be not the right shade-- too grassy for my purposes; however, the texture and coverage were more or less as expected. It's a manageable, easily spreadable, medium-thin paint---not gloppy. The color is pretty intense, and as described, it is semi-opaque, and can be built up to full opacity, but works a lot better on light fabric versus dark. I should point out that I actually semi-primed my blue/teal mix fabric with a little watered down white gesso first since the texture wasn't my #1 priority. As you can see from the photos with swatches on BLACK fabric, the color doesn't stand out unless you paint it over a white base coat.
The other disappointment is that it does make your fabric feel leathery, like a Fruit Roll-Up.
So far, I've tried 3 different types of Jacquard fabric paint: Dye-Na-Flow, Lumiere, and Textile Color. If you're interested in the difference between the 3 lines:
----Dye-Na-Flow. Amazing; almost like a dye or ink, and it soaks into whatever you're painting without changing the fabric texture. Very translucent. (e.g. Azure Blue on olive green fabric will look like a murky dark teal blue.) Dries very quickly, and I didnt even heat set since my item was not something that would need laundering. As long as you're going from light to dark, would be ideal for painting upholstery a single color (but not 2+ colors because it flows/bleeds through seams/borders very easily.)
----Lumiere. Disappointing. Semi-opaque, but buildable. The shade I got (True Gold) was not impressively metallic at all (ugly khaki, not very reflective.) Same texture as Textile Color, much thicker than Dye-Na-Flow. Does change the texture of your fabric slightly, but not as much as acrylic paint with fabric medium.
----Textile Color. Pretty Good. Semi-opaque; can be watered down with plain water to make a sheer wash, or mixed with Dye-Na-Flow or other fabric paints. Does change the texture of the fabric (kinda leathery, but maybe slightly less than acrylic paint plus fabric medium.) Potentially good for painting upholstery if you need to go from dark to light, although I haven't worked up the courage to try it yet.
The 2 photos of the fabric trinket dish below show how the brocade went from dark navy teal (previously changed from ugly olive to navy teal using Dye-Na-Flow) to a bright turquoise blue teal, using a mixture of Dye-Na-Flow Azure Blue and Textile Color Emerald Green. however, I want to underscore the fact that I had the help of a thin layer of watered down white gesso to knock down some of the navy color before repainting. The sheer layer of white helped make the new paint appear more vivid, but I didn't care about how it stiffened the fabric.)
Now I will have to get more of this brand of paint!!
I have used fabric paint for decades, but most of them have a very stiff finish.
I was looking for something to embellish a quilt, so wanted something that would not be
crunchy hard or extra shiny. This is it!
I absolutely love the way it looks on the quilt. For example, I have branches that are
made to look like birch trees. I wanted them lighter, but could only find gray and black fabric that
had the branches replicated. I used this paint, slightly watered down, and it did a fabulous job!
It made the lighter branches I was looking for, without covering up the trunk markings.
I also used it full strength for various highlights. I tried applying it with a paint brush - great;
a q-tip - great, but watch for fiber drag and finally with fingertip - great!
Note that this is NOT a completely opaque paint. You WILL be able to see the surface you started with
underneath it. If you want to do several paint/dry, paint/dry layers, you might get a more solid appearance, but
this paint is made to be semi-translucent (see-through).
I also love that this is made to mix with other colors and lighten them.
Thank you, Jacquard, for making a fabulous product!