Preserving and promoting an ancient technique to create unique textile pieces are a sustainable form of production. If you feel affinity for this phrase or you are curious, then you have to know the work of Carla Qua, a textile designer who specializes in marbling, a technique of handmade dyeing that can be done on fabric and paper with floating inks in water, generating patterns original and unrepeatable.
In this course you will learn to make five traditional patterns on different textile surfaces; also the basic materials and tools, as well as useful recommendations to obtain the best results.
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