Here's page I wrote about to pass out at a chicks meeting but for some goofy reason I saved it as a jpeg, so it may print fuzzy, so I turned the picture into a pdf don't know if it will help or not? These are the things I know for sure ...........to keep the most amount of coloring on the fabric through a wash or two, You need to test your fabrics first, so you understand how your fabric and your coloring techniques will look before and after washing, because they will fade to a soft watercolor look on some of the colors and fabrics and brighter on others. That your fabric needs to be 100% cotton and pre-washed before coloring on then heat set after your finish coloring. Do not color hard, it will just end up stiff with a waxy, greasy shadow on fabric, around item after you heat set it. And just so you know.......white crayons just end up just being a greasy spot.
Try some coloring on fabric, experiment first, then go bold. Try new things!!!!!!! Like coloring on top of textures......sand paper, those textured plastic scrapbook sheets, leavesof trees and ferns, lightly blend colors. If you want to control precisely where you color without lines, use contact paper and cut out desired shape, peel and stick, color, remove contact paper then heat set!!! all kinds of fun........!!! My previous post has pictures of our monsters that we colored for a quilt or two.
Don't forget to go register for my mystery monday giveaway from 2 mondays ago, drawing closes July 24 drawing held on July 25.