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Wednesday, June 15, 2011

What does Rit Dye and Mod Podge Have In Common?

Ellen Highsmith Silver....that is what Rit Dye and  Mod Podge have in common.  Remember when I posted about Floorquilts written by Ellen? If you answered no, click here :)

A Floorquilt Class....beautiful aren't they?

Ellen has come up with a new method for sealing her Floorquilts using Rit Dye and Mod Podge (You know Mod Podge Rocks don't ya? ).  Eddie from the Rit Dye Blog even posted photos and a tutorial here.  Check it out...it is perfect for a summer project and fast too.


I was recently telling someone about using Roc-lon Multi-Purpose Cloth to make Floor Cloths/Quilts.  So if you didn't know you can use up some fun fabrics by making a Floorquilt....now you do :)  If you have some Rit Dye..check out the tutorial above...you could have a really spanky project to show off to your family and friends. 

Smiles,
Kelly

12 comments:

Allie said...

I LOVE ModPodge- I like to decoupage furniture. I like this idea a lot!

Joanna said...

OK, I'll check it out. Love DIY projects.

Gene Black said...

It is fun to see that the technique she uses with the dye is very similar to a technique I learned for painting with acrylic paints.

Anonymous said...

Mod podge floor quilts. Need to send this to my youngest. She's the mod podge queen. :-)

WoolenSails said...

That is really neat, how she did that and something like that would be nice for my daughter. I wouldn't use the painted on backing though, wouldn't wash too well, easier to buy the rubber to put underneath.

Debbie

Linda said...

I can't wait to really check this out well. I love the idea of the floorcloth!

Anonymous said...

This is so cool! They look like they would hold up to a lot of use!
Jacque in SC
quiltnsrep(at)yahoo(dot)com

Anonymous said...

Thanks for your great ideas!
I'm coming from Sew Maniciure-THANKS for the scissors Giveaway! Blessings!

jldouglas@wispwest.net

Jean said...

I love this technique. I need an extra day in the week to try new things. MIght just have to name a day for that! Are the ladies in the picture all holding floor quilts they made?

Barb said...

Oh this looks very interesting and something I would love. I keep saying I am going to make a rug quilt...but haven't yet.

Truffle queen said...

Looks like LOTS of fun! I'm in a dyeing bee - hmmm. This would work at a LONG retreat (with the overnight drying) and the drying between the various steps. How did this work in a workshop setting?

SewCalGal said...

Sounds very interesting. I'll definitely check it out. I am curious to learn more tips on using mod podge and this cloth. Tried it previously but still feel I have a lot to learn.

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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