Prints can be made on any natural surface, including paper, canvas, cotton, silk, wool and wood.
Cyanotype printing is a process traditionally embraced as an inexpensive method for reproducing photographs, documents, maps and plans.
Cyanotype printing is a remarkably simple process by using two inexpensive chemicals and sunlight or UV exposure.
Simply fill with water to create stock solutions, coat fabric with sensitizer and create prints by exposing to sunlight or UV. Air dry and process your prints in 24 hours.
Includes: Two chemicals – Part A Potassium Ferricyanide 0.8 ounces, Part B Ferric Ammonium Citrate 1.9 ounces
Washing a cyanotype on fabric should not be done in any soap or detergent containing phosphates, bleach, or sodium.
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