Jacquard DYE NA FLOW is a highly saturated, highly transparent fluid acrylic paint that is permanent on any porous or semi-porous surface, including natural and synthetic fabrics, and in many ways simulates a true dye. Dye-Na-Flow spreads on fabric until it is thoroughly absorbed and even, sinking into the fibres like a dye instead of sitting on the surface like thicker inks and paints. The colours are intense, washfast and will not change the feel of the fabric. Dye-Na-Flow is versatile and may be used for many diverse applications, from silk painting to wood staining.
Heat set with a dry iron.
Painting, spray on tie dye, watercolour, airbrushing, salt technique, spritzing through stencils, sponge printing, sun printing, batik, resist techniques including serti, woodstaining, marbling, urban art and more
natural and synthetic fabrics, wood, paper, clay, canvas, suede, leather and more
Serti-Serti painting is a technique in which patterns or images are traced on silk using resist or gutta, a thick latex-like substance, which blocks paint from seeping into the silk and creates a defined outline. Preparing silk with this method, allows images to be painted without bleeding the color or losing the shape of the image or pattern. Traditionally the gutta is removed once the painting is complete, but it can also be kept as part of the design.