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Re: fabric transparency

One possibility I'm thinking of is
>using the freezer paper method with an ink jet printer on fabric. I
>don't have any experience with this and would appreciate any advice as
>to which fabrics are the most transparent and if there is a way to make
>them even more so. I saw a show that used this method and the artist
>recommended silk that had been treated with beeswax or sugar starch.

>Janet Lorch

can you explain a little more about the freezer paper and inkjet method? I
have never heard of it. Do you print on the freezer paper and then transfer
it onto the fabric? Or print directly on the fabric?
Thanks for any hints.
Patricia Silva
Florence, Italy            ***********************************************

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