The cheapest business to start?I want to write about a business that anyone can start in your own home. You can live in your own house or rented apartment, you can live in a garden house or on the twentieth floor, arranging textiles anywhere. What do you need it for? It depends on what you choose. Let's say, for a bathtub, a dish for waxing, a painted textile for cooking a pot, some candles, a plate, old newspapers, iron and textile. Which is not in your home. Press technology is a pressure plate, a vessel for the paint, a container for dyeing the dyed fabric. Something is missing?
But let's put the techniques in the line.
According to many, batik is the oldest technique. The essence of this is to apply a thin wax layer on the fabric with a presser pad, then paint the fabric in dye-dyed water, paint it with a few drops of vinegar or paint, then place it in old newspapers and wipe it off with a warm iron. As a plate, the old Indonesians used carved wood. In Hungary, the pattern was formatted from the protruding heads of the angles in the blue paint technique. But they also made a plate of potatoes. Here you can either cut into a larger half-cut potato sample, or even peel the sample. I also heard of a textile artist who bought a metal or plaster souvenir when he was on vacation.
The blue-dying technique differs from the batik only in that it has painted the material here with copper bolts. But there were areas where this technique was modified by using onions of beet or beetroot, or spinach, as a dye. Of course, today I recommend that I buy a ready-made textile dye that is very cheap at the store. It's easier to handle and use more levels, and the colors are stronger.
In the case of simple textile dyeing, the dye is applied to the textile with the pressure plate. It was also used by Picasso and Dali, but they simplified the technique by replacing the platen instead of the paint brush.
In knotting techniques, knots are simply tied to the fabric, or the fabric itself is knotted and put into the painted cooking water. Samples are randomly assigned.
All methods would be hard to list. Therefore, I would list the experimenters in this last group. Two methods will be highlighted. One of the sponges in the paint is pressed into the fabric to form a shape. At the other, some objects are placed on the fabric, then the brushes are painted with a brush soaked in the textile dye. Under the shape the fabric does not get paint and it gives the interesting shape. The shape can be a picture cut out of a cardboard, a silhouette of a female head, building or wood. Others used lace or a piece of lace curtain. They were made for textiles and painted with brushes, which also gave an interesting picture.
There are two types of textile dye. One is to paint the entire material. Add this with the fabric to the water in the bowl and plaster it and fix it. The other is to put a picture on the fabric. Applying paint can be done with a brush, our own palm, our new one, our foot or a presser. After painting, this should be fixed. Textile dyes are fixed in various ways and the fixing and fixing method is always indicated on the paint packaging. Most paint is fixed with vinegar or heat. With vinegar, we fix the mix of water and vinegar in the correct proportions and then dress the dress. Heat the textile dye so that it is ironed with the specified temperature iron.
How would I do it? I would buy a toner to get a picture on the fabric and fix it with heat. Then they would select a picture from the internet. Those pictures are good, and they do not have to use too much details (Eiffel Tower, Statue of Liberty, Palic Water Tower, Old Town Hall of Subotica. Van Gogh Lift Bridge, Venetian Canal ...). I would put a table lamp under the glass table, put the printed computer image on the glass, draw the text and the appropriate brush over the picture. If you can only work with one color, because if you want to use more than one color in an image, you must always wait for the previously applied color to dry, or even to fix the previously applied color to prevent the confusion of the colors. If we just do not have the purpose of coloring the colors.