Lee's Fabric Etching Book:
...scalloped hems, cut and drawn threads,
etched designs in fabrics, cutwork, elegant
embroidery... just a few apparel details which
seem to have slipped away from our modern collective
consciousness of faster production, lower cost,
larger marketplaces. Interest in those very
details led us on a quest. Develop a consumer
product which would help bring back the wonderful
details which so enhance a garment. Enter Fiber
Etch Fabric Remover.
Our introduction to Iris Lee began via a rather
unassuming cardboard box on our doorstep. I
opened the box to find a treasure trove of
beautifully etched fabrics and ingenious embroideries.
Here, I realized, was obviously someone who
enjoyed the endless creative discoveries of
Fiber Etch. Not only were her samples inventive,
but superbly crafted as well. And in speaking
with Iris, I found through her enthusiasm that
she "got it." She
knew that the myriad of possiblities for Fiber
Etch had only just begun to be tapped.
So enjoy the adventure of Fiber Etch. Keep
pushing the boundaries. Explore...
...and let the details
by Michele Hester, creator of Fiber
Etch® fiber removing gel.
Other Things You'll
- Small tip, sharp scissors and straight
- Flat brush (stiff bristles to work the
Fiber Etch into your project)
- Machine embroidered project
- Scarf, garment, accessory to play with
using Fiber Etch
- Newspaper or something similar
- Clothes dryer
- Fabric dye (optional)