Jacquard Lumiere Textile Paint to be exact.
I know I shared a tutorial on quilt painting last year, but this time I wanted to go about it a bit more systematically. We had these beautiful rows of echo quilting through the earth and I just felt like it would look so much better if the thread could disappear under a layer of paint.
So let's see how this works in this handy video:
I can't emphasize enough the importance of sampling. This Lumiere paint can be really tricky to mix and if it doesn't end up being the color you want from the first, it will be many layers before you find that right effect. Take the time to make a sample so you know exactly what color you're working with before throwing paint on the quilt.
Yes, in our next video, I'll show you exactly what it's like to quilt back over the painted section of blue water. The effect of both areas (paint over stitching and stitching over paint) is very different and it's neat to combine both effects into one small space.
So that's it for today! Paint or stitch something to make it a bit more beautiful!
Let's go paint,