So now I have done the first two ribbon sash's, and still got the others to do.
I thought I show how the design will look on the actual ribbon sash but not painted YET, and showing the amount of space or room on the sash.
When you do come to put the actual design on the ribbon sash, masking tape the end and all around the edges to hold down, and making sure no paint goes all over the pace. Also work on a cutting mat, which will not get any mess on tables or anything you dont want it going on.
I how ever just for now to show have used cello tape but making tape is better, because cello tape can be way sticky and lift up material badly moving everything around whilst design drying.
Make sure to buy a few rolls of making tape so you can repeat the process but try and avoid from not touching the design, when drying and get close to the first design to have one long continued design going, but not letting the stencil go on first design.
To stop this from happy place a4 paper on each design when doing the next design, so it docent get on the stencil.
But I will show the making of this in my creative stream soon on twitch.
Once that is all done & dry you can then hand paint the lines with the triangle features as the last part of the design.
Remember, the fabric paints I've used which you can fine some where in the journal takes around 2hr to dry.
And last note TAKE YOUR TIME, rushing something can make you make more mistakes if not careful.
White Ribbon Sash : Thickish Silk Satin Fabric
(Esberger Fabrics) Chesterfield, Derbyshire
(Fred's Haberdashery) Chesterfield, Derbyshire