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Marble Dye : Learn Marbling Fabrics

teacher avatar Dominika Syczynska, Fashion and Fabric Designer

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Lessons in This Class

    • 1.

      Introduction to Marble Dye

      1:26

    • 2.

      Tools and Materials

      3:34

    • 3.

      Cutting Fabrics

      3:49

    • 4.

      Ironing

      2:26

    • 5.

      Making the bath with Carraggeenan

      5:44

    • 6.

      Preparing fabrics with Alum

      3:43

    • 7.

      Mixing Paint

      16:18

    • 8.

      Bullseyes Pattern

      20:33

    • 9.

      Flower Pattern

      11:01

    • 10.

      Stone Pattern

      9:31

    • 11.

      Git Gel Pattern

      9:14

    • 12.

      Nonpareil Pattern

      10:28

    • 13.

      Steam Pressing

      4:16

    • 14.

      Insprations

      4:21

    • 15.

      Summary

      3:37

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About This Class

In this course, you will learn how to create beautifully marbled fabrics. Marbling is an incredibly versatile and unique craft of painting textiles and covering objects with organic patterns. As your teacher, I will show you all the tools and materials, that you need in order to master this class. You will learn step by step how to create a whole range of marbling patterns, starting with the Bullseyes pattern, Flower, Stone, Git–Gel, Nonpareil and French Curl. 

This masterclass will teach you how to make a perfect carrageenan bath and how to prepare your fabrics with mordant. You will practice mixing paints with dispersants and painting with brushes, rakes, combs and eye droppers. 

The goal of this masterclass is to teach you the whole process of marble-dye. You will create your own marbled fabrics, see beautiful inspirations and learn how to apply this technique to fashion design projects. 

WHAT YOU NEED 

No previous skills are necessary to master this course. You don’t need any fabric design or painting skills. The only thing you really need is the eagerness to learn something new and exciting!

In terms of materials and tools, you will need fabric (around 2m of fabric without any prints), a shallow container, paint brushes, acrylic paint (preferably Golden Fluid paints), apron, gloves, cups or jars for mixing paint, spoons, ox gall, carrageenan powder (lambda), alum, kitchen blender, eye droppers.

WHAT YOU WILL GET

 

•      Instant and unlimited access to this Marble Dye Masterclass

•      PDF coursebooks for every chapter

•      15 exclusive step by step informational videos (over 3h)

•      Exclusive access to our designer community

•      Additional support from Dominika inside the online community

•      The ability to learn online anytime and at your own pace

Meet Your Teacher

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Dominika Syczynska

Fashion and Fabric Designer

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Dominika Syczynska is a fabric and fashion designer and a masterclass teacher. Over the past years she has been teaching fabric design and manipulation courses to thousands of students in many design schools. She launched the online platform FABRIC CLASS in 2020 in order to share her passion and knowledge with design lovers from all over the world. She specializes in teaching: Fabric Pleating, Smocking, Fabric Manipulation Techniques, Creative Sewing, Marbling, Shibori and Batik Fabric Dye, Leather Braiding and Haute Couture embroidery. 

Dominika has launched her own fashion label in 2016, DOMINIKA SYCZYNSKA, which is a contemporary,

womenswear brand. She plays in her designs with clashing aesthetics, mixes innovative and traditional textile design technologies. All g... See full profile

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1. Introduction to Marble Dye: Hi, I'm Dominik, acid chains gut and my walk, I'm used to my marbled I mask the class. Marbling is a very versatile and unique technique where you paint organic patents on thickener water. And in this course, I will teach you step-by-step how to create beautiful and unique model with publics. I'll show you all the tools and materials that you need in order to master this course. And I'll teach you various techniques, like the bull's eyes, the flower pattern, the Chevron as stone. Get-go on non parallel pattern. We'll start this course by preparing our perfect Carnegie and Bob and I'll teach you how to modern fabrics with alum. Later on, we'll prepare our acrylic paints and we'll try to figure out the right proportions of dispensers, like for example, oxygen and water. Once you are done with this whole preparation process, will finally take our ray, comes P Pat, I drop it and we will start modeling beautiful partisans. The goal of this master class is to teach you the whole process of modeling and to show you the beauty of this organic odds, I'm super excited for this masterclass, so let's get started. 2. Tools and Materials: Hi guys. In this video, I would like to show you all the tools and materials that you need in order to create a beautiful marble publics. So first of all, we need a shallow tray. And this is the place where all the magic happen because we're going to draw our beautiful potters exactly in this place. Then we need a board. Where are we going to rinse our fabrics? And we need a swell, a quilting ruler, because we're going to draw our lines and kept our fabric. We need next car again, and this is the most important part about modeling. So we need car again, Yan and our Carnegie and should be Lambda. Later on we need alone because we need to more than our fabrics. Obviously, we need a lot of fabric. Your fabric should be white cotton without any prints on it. And it has to be 100% natural. I mean, at least 80 per cent, but 100% would be perfect. You can actually as well use letter, letter S as well. Amazing for marbling. So put a piece of letter over here. Then we need some cool modeling tools and I have a lot of different rakes and columns here. You can actually make your eggs and Comms at home or you can buy them. Or if you don't have any of them, you can actually use as well. Just a regular comp. Well, I recommend you to use a knife problem because you don't want to get dirty. And as well some gloves. Dan, we need our pains. They have to be acrylic. And the best ones from Golden and the collection is fluid acrylics. We need a kitchen scale in order to measure our element Carnegie Nan. We need a mix. To mix our powders. We need pipettes. Or I drop is we also have to take some brushes. The best brushes or horse hair brushes. But if you don't have the special modeling brushes, you can as well use just regular brushes. We need some skew is in order to draw our beautiful patterns, especially the flower pattern. We need shop fabric scissors. Or if you want to cut Oliver fabrics at one time you can use an electric knife. And then in the very end we need some dispenser and we're going to use mostly obstacle. So this is everything that we need an order to create our beautiful fabrics and now we can start cutting them. 3. Cutting Fabrics: Hi guys, and welcome to another marble dive video. So in this lesson, we're going to focus on our fabrics because we need to cut them into the right amount and sites. And now I want you to take your meter annual tray. I don't We had gone to have to measure it. So my tray is the size of 37 centimeters to 25.5 or let's say 37 to 25 centimeters. So if you have a bigger tray, then you're going to have to cut a bigger piece of fabric. If you have a smaller one, then you're going to cut a small one. So you can cut your fabric by the way, using heavy white cotton, which is totally plane and natural. If you want to cut your fabric, you can either use sharp fabric scissors or you can use and electric knife. If you want to cut all of your layers of fabric at one time, you don't want delays of fabric to fray and just be totally smooth. And because I am a big fan of clever sewing and cutting machines, and I think I'm gonna go today for this handsome guy. So let's put aside our tray and take our closing ruler and our fabric. And now we're going to cut our fabric because we're going to do today six different samples. You're going to have to cut six rectangles. And yeah, My one's gonna be able to size of 37 to 25 centimeters. So I'm preparing my fabric. Of course, this fabric was more than that before. We're going to start cutting it. So remember the process work alone. That's the thing. So now we are taking our roll-off iPad. And I'm going to quickly mock 37 centimeters. So fairly soon. And I'm gonna draw my rectangle, 37 to 251 more line. Okay, great. Now I'm taking my electric knife and I will just go quickly around a cup of my fabric. And one line. I have just finished cutting my fabric and my edges us super, super smooth. I have cut 123456 fabric and now we can go and run it. So let's go. 4. Ironing : Hi guys, and welcome back to our marble dime osteoclast. So once we have cut out 1234567 fabric samples, we need to Item them because we want them to be completely flat without anybody else on them. If you're going to have wrinkles and your fabric, your acrylic paint will go into it. An end-to-end, your pattern will look hole, which we don't want to happen. So I recommend you to use a steam iron with high pressure. And we're going to quickly, I run all of allopathic samples. My iron is set up to 100 degrees and I'm ironing codon. Number one is done. If you don't have a steam iron, you can as well use a normal iron, but a steam iron is going to make it so much pasta and easier to iron your samples and actually any fabric. Okay, great. All of my samples up perfect key ion, which means that now we can start the fun part and we can start modeling our topics. So let's go. 5. Making the bath with Carraggeenan : Hi guys. In this video, I would like to teach it the most important lesson about marbling, which is making the size. What is the size? This is a gloopy liquid which is made out of seaweed called Carnegie. And if you mix together keratin with water, you create a very fixed gelatin like substance. And thanks to our acrylic paints, will stay on the surface and they want go down so we can create those beautiful and amazing patterns on our surface and our tray. So also a very important information is of kerosene. None is non-toxic and totally natural, so you can use it in your kitchen blender. So how do we create this magic? First of all, we need a kitchen scale. We need some spoons and of course Caribbean. So there are three kinds of bagging in which you can get on the market. The very first one is lambda, then we have iota and kappa. So if you get your Tau Kappa, um, unfortunately sure that it won't work at all. So the only one which you can use is lambda car again yet. So we have to take 15, no, sorry, 20 grams of caregiving for two liters of water. So I'm taking my spoon and now I have to measure 20 grams. So I have 12, 18, so two months ago. And 20, it has to be exactly 20 grams. So don't overdo it. Don't mix, for example, 23 or 25 grams, because if you take too much kerosene and then your surface and your water will be too thick and new acrylic wants spread well. And if you take, for example, less than 20 grams, for example, 16 or 15, then your acrylic paints spreads too fast on the surface, which is also a problem. So we need exactly 20 grams. And now we need to take at water, we need two liters for 20 grams. It shouldn't be distilled water, or you can actually take also a tap water and I'll pour it into my mixer. Just one year of water. Okay. One. Oh, I have 21 grams. We need to get rid of one gram. So seriously be very precisely that. We'd have to add it to our water. All of it. And now we have to add the remaining one liter of water. Okay. So now we have to mix it for one minute. I would commend you to mix it not too long because if you overdo it, you will get inside lots of air bubbles which are laid on quite hard to get rid off. So mixer, for example, for around 60 seconds and it's gonna be totally in that. Okay, I think that's gonna be enough. I'll open up my mixer and see if there are any clumps inside and some Caribbean and left leftovers. I can't see anything. It's looking perfect. So now we are taking our Carnegie anion. We need our tray. We simply just going to pull it into our tray. So in perfect conditions, you would leave this car again Yann, overnight and weights to all the air bubbles, leave our Carnegie. And if you don't have time and you're in a rush, you can actually use it right now, but you just have to get rid of those bubbles so you can use your finger. You can use your finger, for example, and just touch them a little bit. Okay, So this was the most important part about marbling. So creating the sides with Carnegie Mellon. And now let's smooth and our fabrics. 6. Preparing fabrics with Alum : Hi guys. In this video, I would like to teach you another very important lesson, which is how to motivate your fabrics with ILO. What I'm ordering motors are substances like alum, thanks to which the pigment out with acrylic paint sticks to the fabric. And the colors of our fabric going to turn out more brighter and intense. So it's very important to always more than your fabric because otherwise, acrylic paints will just simply watch out from the fabrics one once you've just finished a marbling. So what we need is a kitchen scale. We need alone, we need a sponge, we need apart, and we need spores, and of course, our fabric. First of all, we need to wake our fabric because usually you take for 100 grams of fabric, you take 25 grams of alos. So now I have to check how much fabric do iPad. Okay, I have 57 grams of fabric, which means that I need 14 grams of alum. So right now we have to take hot water and pull it into our path. I have 1.5 liters of water freshly boiled. Which app because it's hot. And now I will add the 14 grams of alum, so I'm taking away my fabric and I need to wait 14 grams. Well, trying to eat too much. 1714, perfect. I will just add it to my hot water and stir it and waits till it dissolves. So we're going to have to wait about two minutes, three minutes, maybe five. So if you are more daunting fabric, you can just put it all inside into your hotter water. But in case you are, for example, using more than on paper or on letter, then you have to take a sponge and cover it with your mordant. So if along with water and simply touch the surface of your paper or your letter because you can't put leather or a little paper into hot water. Now I'm going to place my fabric and water and wait till it covers the whole column fabric. Okay, great. So now we have to leave it for around 45 minutes. Athletes and perfect conditions. We will leave it for around four hours, maybe for five hours. And after that, you take it out and just simply wait until it gets completely dry. Because whenever you marble, your fabric has to be 100 per cent of Dwight. You can never, ever morning, you can never ever marble topics, which outlet? So I hope you liked this lesson and now let's go and mix them with things. 7. Mixing Paint : Hi everyone. And finally it's time to get dirty. In this video, we will mix our paints and we will add some disperse into it and we'll try to figure out the right proportions, which can be a little bit tricky because it's not that easy to mix your paints with ox cart and with water. So what we need in order to prepare our paints, firstly, we need some acrylic paints. The ones which I'm using golden acrylic paints. And the collection is called Floyd, or the best acrylic paints which I'm using always full marbling. And there may be not the cheapest ones, but they're giving you 100% guarantee that it's going to work. And you can use them on fabric and they want to wash out so you can move your fabric so you can watch them, wear them and they're going to stick to your fabric perfectly. So I recommend you to use colon topics, even though there are some older fabrics as well. Like for example, these ones. These are special paints for AB rule. Nice colors. They all have a cheap up, but to be honest, it's really hard to work in them. So if you're a beginner and if you are totally new to marbling, I would not recommend you to take them because they're just difficult. I would panes have disbursements in them, some of them have more, some have less. So we need to also have something called like ox gall. So this is ox cart and we're adding it to our pains. And thanks to it, I would paint will spread evenly on our Caribbean and bath. So we have to have oxygen and you can get a natural one and you can also buy a synthetic one if you don't want to take them natural one. And I think it's a little bit, just a tiny little bit, which is totally fine. And then you also have to have a cup of water, clean water. We need plenty of jobs. In every single jaw. We're going to have one color of our pains. Oh, I'm good news is that you can mix together your paints. So you can mix, for example, yellow with red and create orange. And that's fine as long as you are mixing together paints which are from the same brand. So you can mix column paints with golden, but you cannot mix golden with the pains that we need. How many new needs? It depends on how many colors you're going to make. So I have 1234567891012. So I'm going to use 12 p paths. And we also need some clean spoons or wooden sticks. And we need 12 of them because every single John needs a clean one. So this is actually everything that we need. So it's not a lot. But now the tricky part starts, which is mixing our paints. I'm gonna take my very first color, which is the red one. If you're Austin meat of this right recipe, how to mix the paints? There is no I mean, you have to just figure it out because it all depends on the brand which you have. It always depends on the temperature of your water which you have, and the temperature of Carnegie and then how much Carnegie and actually put into the water. So there's no right recipe. But you can just figure it out by running some tests. I'll check my paint before I use it. Put something into my jaw. Now, I need a clean pipette and I'll add a few drops of water inside. Few drops means well, it depends on how much paint I have. For this amount of paint, I would add about four drops when four drops of water. And then I'm taking a clean pipette and I'm adding to it. And again, I'm going to add around four drops, 1234 drops of boxcar. Then I'm taking my clean wooden stick and I'm simply mixing it. Later on, we have to check just the spread of the paint on our Caribbean. But now we're just preparing them. So the very first one is done. Now I'm taking my second color. I'm gonna go again. I'm just putting some more paint into my job. Don't take too much paint on the very beginning because after some time, so for example, about four hours later they're going to be a little bit sticky, so. It's better to just add more paint, the white marbling. And again, I need some clean water. Usually gold, silver, and other metallic paints, they need much more water and disperse and I'm just going to around 87 drops of it. Then a little bit more upscale. Because usually metallic paints, they don't have so much this person. We need to add some ox. Got it. Yeah. They don't have a lot of dispersal. Again, I'm taking a clean wooden stick and I'm mixing them. It's pure gold. I like the color of it. Super nice. Okay, my goal one is ready and it needs a clean pipette and also clean back to my red one. Now, how about we take some black? Black. Always looks good, but no marbling. And usually the black color flamingo then spreads very, very well because it has already a lot of dispersion inside. So I would just add maybe free drops when three drops of water and two drops off skull. If you see why you marbling that your pains don't spread well, you can always add a little bit more water and more obstacle. If you see that your paint spread too well, too fast, you just add more paint to it. And you just mix them and tried to figure out the right proportions. Like it's done. One more p-value. So how about we go now for magenta blue? Sounds good. Magenta blue looks really nice. Okay. Again, I'm adding some water. Went to. Let's go fine. No worries. In the next lesson, we will try to run some tests and we'll do at both eyes pattern, which will show us whether our paints are done in the right way or wrong way. And we have to add something or disperse them to them and came to it. Now I'm going to mix some colors because I can see you don't have orange. I want some orange, which means I would take some yellow. Shake it, shake, shake it. And now I want, alright. So I need to yellow. Then I need to add a drop of red. Let's mix it and see if I get a light orange color. I think it's still too light. So I will add another drop of red. The red colors from Golden have super strong pigment, so don't overdo it. Yeah, this is looking nice. This is the light orange. Oh, it's looking for. So see those colors from these acrylic paints, they mix very well together. So you can just basically buy the basic colors and then create your own colors. Again, I'm what? I didn't water on an oxbow, mixing it together. And I came home and my reds, oranges then. Now, how about we do yes, I like saliva. Make a slower rate. So the original color from Golden already looks really nice. I don't want to add any other colors, so it just take it the waitlist. And you should already remember that two acrylic paints which have been telling colors we had to add more water, is going to be the beginning of police. And then we're going to see how they're going to work on our size. So stood them well. The whole preparation causes like creating a code again and creating more demanding of fabric and mixing paints. It's a little bit time-consuming, but yeah, you have to prepare a DRI rewrite, otherwise your paint won't work well on the Caribbean. You'd better put some effort into it. So the results are amazing later on. Okay, green, because it's springtime, so let's plot some nice colors. Some more. Why not? Why not? One to around four drops? Obviously, if you're taking less paint, you have to add less water and less oxygen. While I've been quite often asked or whether I can use only water without oxygen. And the answer is yes and no to be honest, because it all depends on the color which I use it. For example, red has a super strong pigment, which means that you actually could use only water and you don't have to add oxbow. That's still fine if you audit. I had already on black one white CSS, we need white. White. White likes more water and more disperse and I'm going to add more. Let's start it. I already mentioned that this lesson is going to be quite dirty, but no obvious, it's just a chronic pain so we can get rid of it later on. And I come up, Let's give it a try. Nice, light green, very nice. Okay, I think this color is gonna be my favorite one. It's metallic. So again, more work. One more drop. And let's do it to the right, to the left. Okay. So three more to go. And I think I would like to have pink. We don't have pink, which means I need white. That's enough. And then we need to add just a little bit of red. So yeah, let's start with two drops. Maybe that's going to be enough. Let's mix it. Yes. That is what I was looking for. Light pink, separate, beautiful. And a little bit older because we'd been mixing to get a wider red and white lights, a little bit more boxcar. So we'd gone to more done. I need green. Note this one. Yellow, green, green, and ultramarine blue. Unfortunately, I mean, 1234566. And we have to say it again. Very nice color. Okay. I need to add to my jaw. The reason why we are having P beds is the reason why we are running. The reason, Jesus, the reason why we are taking is because we're gonna run a test right now and we're going to do a bull's eye pattern. I'm going to use eyedropper or pivot so we need clean, keep it in our jaws. So one more. Okay, great. We have just prepared all of our acrylic paints. Now we have to take our tray with the Carnegie and inside, and we're going to go and do our very first part. So let's go. 8. Bullseyes Pattern: Hi and welcome back. In this video, we will finally do something super creative and we'll learn our very first pattern, which is the bull's eye pattern. So on one hand we're going to create a beautiful pattern. And on the other hand, we have to try out our acrylic paints and we have to see what don't. We had added enough water and ox skull and the proportions are right in order to create beautiful patterns. So before we start, we have to, once again quickly our acrylic paints. I'm just staring them. Especially metallic colors, need to be stirred. Once in awhile I see because water and Scott are separating away so quickly. So whenever you're paying, sit for about five-minutes, you have to stare at them quickly. Yellow one. So my acrylic paints already. Here, I have my size, so my Caribbean buff and I also have covered the table with some foil because it's going to get dirty right now. In this lesson, we're going to work only with pipettes and pee pads are really cool because it gives you a lot of control over the pattern. Because when you drop just one drop or two drops of paint on the Carnegie and you can control what you want the paint to be. If you're going to use later on brushes, you don't have so much control because you're just going to sprinkle over acrylics over the bath. So we are taking our very first color. And I think I'm going to go for blue. So I'm taking my blue color. Oh no, actually I went I went my red. I'm storing it. Then I have to suck where my pipette a little bit of paint. And now I'm going to have to put just one tiny dot, one tiny drop of paint in the middle of the Carnegie and bath. So I'm taking my red one and I'll just place slowly. Well, okay. Now we have to wait till it's spread. So let's give it just a few seconds and wait. You can already see that we are becoming a beautiful circle, which means that the red color is done in a right way because it's spreading loud, quiet class. And in a very even way, I can see a tiny air bubble, which I don't like. So I'm going to take a cube. That happens sometimes. So quickly take it off. And I actually don't have any more bubbles. Okay, great. I think it's not moving anymore. So we can take next color. So now I'm going to take my blue one. Again. I'm mixing it. I'm taking one dot and I'll just place a drop again in the middle. It will try to make a so-called pattern. So I'm taking the middle. Okay, I can see that my blue color is against spreading in a very good way. I had to wait right now a few seconds because I can see some air bubbles. And if we wait, We'll probably get rid of them. And if not, then we're going to take a skewer and just touch them. One more. Okay, Amazing. Now we have to wait a few more seconds and we have to decide what colors next. And I think I'm going to go stay black. So I'm sucking a little bit of paint. So, so far so good. I can see that my career paths are spreading well. So I don't have to add any water oaks, golf, let's see how the black one is going to work. It's fine. You just have to take seriously. One drop is enough if you overdo it. And you, for example, take, I don't know, 67 drops and do something like this, then your paint will probably go underneath and you will occur again and it will get totally duty, which we don't want to. I'm taking my God, my skewer because I can see it. Okay, great. Now it's time for yellow. So I'm taking one orbital, one more drop. And again. Last one drop in them all. Looking nice. I just simply love this technique. It's so versatile because you never get the same pattern twice. It's always going to look a little bit different. And again, maybe a clean scalar. Okay, It's looking good. Now. What do we need now? Okay, green. Let's try out of a green color. To green. We would run some tests wherever the metallic paints, because they're usually a little bit more tricky and difficult. So let's take one drop weight, okay, it's spreading not as fast as the red one, which means that we could actually add a little bit more obstacle. But I think it's for now. It's okay. Well, let's get rid of the bubbles. Okay, Let's have a look how our hello looks on the size. So I'm speaking again, a little bit of paint. And then I'm going to place one drop in the middle. This is looking nice. This is looking really nice. It seriously cup a cup, okay. But you can see right now that the color is not spreading well, so it's soft, it's moving to the sides but not too fast, which means that I will add some oxbow to my cup down. Three drops, maybe four drops, and one drop of water. And I'm going to steal it once again. And it's better. Okay, what color we want now? Okay, Let's try wide. So why does also add color which is quiet, a hot to use, and it needs a lot of dispensers and water. So let's try it out. No, it's okay. And the color is quite saturated. It's why it's not whitefish, which is good. And I would say the blue one. See the wide one is not spreading too good. So we just have a tiny circle which means I'm going to add some water to it. Yes, why that's tricky. But we can figure out the right proportions. Maybe even a little bit of alcohol or drugs. Let's do it. And we'll check out an a second. Okay, now we need go to orange. Orange is also going to be difficult because we use a lot of white pigment in order to create a color. So this one is spreading very good and very fast, which means it's done in a good way. So now green, dark green. If you would ask me, when do we have to stop making now? Circus? I can't tell you. It's pretty addictive. I mean, once you start making them and you'd like to design, I always think like, Oh, maybe I'm going to add one more drop. And then three hours later, I'm literally still doing that because I like the pattern. So just finished whenever you like the pattern. Sorry. Okay. Dark green, one drop. Let's go. Buddhists is not spreading it all and not spreading and all, which means lots of water. 67 drops and even more ox God. You can immediately see the difference between colors which are spreading well and the ones who are not spreading well. Take mascara. So whenever you are going to design some marble patterns, you always have to run some tests before you do the right pattern and see how your acrylics are working. Ok and OK now, we don't have soda, let's do some silver. Again, metallic fabrics, not easy to use. Skew because I can see so some bubbles, bubbles in the middle, which I don't want to have in my boss. Okay. One more. Let's wait one more second because I can still see that the green colors spreading. So let's give it one more second. And let's have it twice. Silver, almost not spreading it all. Okay, It's splitting but not good. Which means that we have to add more and more water and stir it. How about we go for rent by now? So our red color is perfect and you can see how it pushes through the slides that are colors, which is very good. Now, block, again, clean schema. Okay, block needs also some more water and some oxycodone. Oh, good. Okay. Now, flip is working well, I think I want to have another color in the middle, just close to the blue one. So I'm gonna take, for example, my light green. And I'll just place a drop over here and see what's going to happen. Nice. Green kapa is a lovely okay, too many air bubbles and skewer. And how it bought some yellow. Yellow, and blue. Really nice. Okay. How about oh, we didn't try out the pink one. Okay. One drop of pink fingers spreading very well. Okay. Good news. Oh guys, we forgot about the golden one. Gosh. Okay. Hello, Mr. Goal. We want one drop. Okay, go on and why it always is a good choice. Spreading, okay, but I think I'm going to add a little bit of more oxbow. One mole. Okay. Too much air and pee pads. So we need to be. I like my designs so far. Okay, one more drop. Stop it. As I said, wobbling is pretty addictive. So once you start putting some paints on your slides, you can stop it. Okay. Last one. The last one. Good Two. Last one right now. Okay. That wasn't honest one, finito, I really like it. It's a combination of variation of a bull's eye pattern. And now we're going to do the most important things. So we're going to transfer this pattern on our fabric. So I'm taking my fabric, It's called on fabric and one which we have previously cut. And it was more than an alum before. We're going to use it. So we need to take right now our fabric and also take your gourd. We have to place our fabric and our tray in a very smooth and soft way and be just simply patient with it. And after that, we put it on the pattern. We just going to grab two corners on the fabric after a couple of seconds, and we're just going to grab it and laid over on our forte. Then we're going to take some paper and quickly touch it laid on you have to take it and wash it a little bit because we need to get rid of the excess carrier Guinean, and you have to wait till your fabric is dry. So let's go aside for a second. It's much easier to mob of paper because it's stiff and fabric is moving quite a lot. So it's a little bit harder, but you're going to make it. So I'm placing my fabric very slowly. Dunmore your hands right now because otherwise we're going to move the whole pattern. Laid awake a couple of seconds because your fabric has to catch the whole pattern. So we have to wait a few seconds. Now. I'm going to grab my board and I'm going to move it a little bit to the side. If you see that your fabric didn't catch the pattern in the corner or in any other place, you can just simply touch it a little bit in a gentle way. And now we have to catch the right and left corner with all fingers and slowly take it out. We have to place it on our board. Super cool. Okay, can you see how intense colors it? And we just transferred the whole pattern on our fabric. And I love it already. And I think I'm going to make a t-shirt or a sweatshirt out of it. Right now, I'm taking sandpaper. They can take some tissues. And I want to get a little bit of the excess carrier again. Yam, so quickly went to free for all a bit more. Cool. Okay, I love it. I hope you also liked this bull's eye pattern. Now I'm going to hang it over there. And remember that you always have to rinse your fabric once it's done. Let me take it. 9. Flower Pattern: Hi everyone. In this video, we're going to learn how to create a flower pattern. And if you have already done the bull's eye pattern, then the flower patterns gonna be totally easy. And before we start, we have to clean our size. And in order to do it, we need to take a piece of paper, just regular paper, and go through our camera again, I'm Bob will see the PayPal stripe is catching the excess paint which is left on the surface of our Caribbean. You always have to clean your size before you start modeling. Again. I'll just quickly catch a little bit more paint, which I can see. Oh, is use an apron because it's annuity masterclass. Okay. Now we have to take out the tests again, and I'll acrylic paints. And we're going to basically do the same process. So we're going to take just a drop of paint. We're going to place it in the middle and wait till it spreads. So let's start our flower pattern. I'm going to take my very first color, which is the red one. I'm sucking a little bit of pain when maybe pad and I'm again, I'm going to just play some one drop in the middle at all. Okay, let us take the second color. Let's go for blue. And again, just one tiny drop of paint. Let's wait for a few seconds until you get rid of the air bubbles in the middle. One drop. And this time you don't have to do all the jobs in the middle, so you can actually do them whatever you want to. Just create some, a couple of colors. So I'm steering my paint again before I use it. And us put one more. Okay. Yellow. Let me take Ms. Cuba. Okay. And now a yellow in the middle that's spreading beautifully. Yellow is working very well. And now maybe whites. Whites, It's tricky. It's tricky, but we're gonna figure it out. Okay, we have to wait 1 second. Mckenzie can see that it's still spreading and it's pushing the other colours to the side. Okay, we are safe to go. That happens sometimes with keypads, but it's cool. It's still cool. Yeah, okay, That's great. And now I want again rep. Okay. Let's go for it. And again, how about we have to wait for a second? Blue is not spreading the way. I would like to sound. A little bit more water, a bit more upscale. Just want to quickly started off. And yellow. One more drop of black. And one little drop, correct? Why not? Maybe law. I think I'm fine. Oh, no. Maybe it never stops. So addictive. Okay. One more drop and we're done. Then. Once you like Apata and you have to take your skewness. So again, the wooden ones or our try out, my special modeling tools and I'm going to go for it. For the mediums Q0. So basically now we want to do a flower pattern, which means that we have to use our skewness and you have to track our pain inside and out, inside and out. So let's go. I'm placing my skew it and my current gain Yan. And I'm just going to go smoothly and quiet fast into the middle like that. Next, I will go from the middle outside and then inside, out, inside and out. Oh, it's in. Now I'm going at C. There's already a flower coming out and coming to live. So one mole in. And I'll show you right now what I can also work with just regular SQS which you are using maybe for barbecues. So now we can also use them for modeling. I was in a now I'm going inside beautiful. And one. And now I'm gonna take the thicker skew it and I'm the jonah twist the middle. So it looks a little bit more like a lava. I want to drag the yellow a little bit to the middle like that. So I wanted to have a yellow central. Okay. So this is our flower pattern, but it doesn't mean that you have to do only flowers. I just wanted to show you that you can use skew is you wouldn't own all no one's and you can just simply paint on the current gang and above any pattern you want. So you can draw pretty cool painting. So you can start with the flower one just to practice and get a feeling for your skew is in the paint and the Carnegie. And then you can move on and do just amazing patterns. I hope you like this one. Now I'm going to take my fabric and again, I'm going to place it on my surface. I'm out of my car again. So I'm taking it like this and I'm going to place a very, very slowly. I'm starting from the right corner and going to the left corner. And please try to not move the pattern. Okay, great. Now we have to wait a few seconds. That's a little bit in-between. You can take your board. Double-check if the whole surface of your fabric is right now covered with your pattern. Okay, I think we are safe to go. So I'm gonna grab my right corner and then the left corner, and I'm just going to drag it. Let's go. This looks lovely. Okay, this is our beautiful flower pattern. Right now let's place it on the board. Okay, so you can see that the colors are really bright and intense. The right, the red one is intense, actually all of them and they perfectly keys sit on the fabric. It's also thanks to the fact that we were using Morton's. So remember the alum that we were mixing with hot water. And thanks to add, the colors are really bright and intense. So now we have to take a little bit of paper and get rid of the excess keratin very quickly. One more. Great. Yeah. After that, you have to rinse it with cold water and wait till it's dry. 10. Stone Pattern: Hi guys. So now it's time for one of the most beautiful patterns, which is called this stone pattern. And very good news is that this pattern is super, super easy to make, very quick to make. And it's a traditional Turkish, a marbling pattern. And this time we won't be using any of those papers because we're going to work with our brushes. So let's get rid of our beds. We have to take them out of our jaws. This is the reason why I told you that you have to cover your table with some foil paper because it's getting messy. Okay, great. So now we're going to work with brushes. These brushes are special marbling brushes are made out of horse hair because a horse is very stiff and the bristles are just simply stiff and it's easy to work on the surface because you're going to quickly sprinkle acrylic paints on the surface. You can get them in different sizes, like the bigger one and a smaller one. If you don't have the special brushes, you can easily just take a normal brush on oxygen, just Annie brush and it will also work. This one's a little bit better. So I would recommend you to use the spatial modeling wants, but if you don't have them, no problem at all. So now we have to still acrylic paints once again quickly. This time you're going to use Kapa because I can see it, it's beautiful. And one more left. We have just two green, violet, red, orange. And the last one is pink. Great. Okay, I'm gonna take my medium brush. That's fine. No, I'm going to take the smaller one. And I have to decide right now which color is going to be my very first color. And I think I'm going to go four. How about we try out green? So I have to put into the job my brush and just touch a little bit with the bristles depend. We don't have to get a lot of paint on our bristles. So I'm just quickly touching it. I'm holding it. And now I'm going to place my finger over the surface and I'm just going to quickly sprinkle over the surface evenly my green color. So that's just for green. Now, I'm going to go and work with the red one. So again, I'm just touching what the bristles my red paint and I'm spreading it over my surface, even meet the stone pattern works the best when you use for up to six colors, while you can use more. But I wouldn't recommend you to take three colors are two colors because it's not gonna be enough. Okay, that mixing in a very cool way. So now how about we take copper I wanted to cover. So let's give it a try. Looking amazing. I love the combination of copper and green. Okey-dokey. Now, let's go for Let's try it out. How about the violet? We haven't yet done anything with the violet color. Your CS. Very quick in the making. It's very easy in the making. And in the end, it's simply beautiful. Saliva. I went a little bit more and on the right side. And you just finish once you liked pattern, I like it. If I went to load my Potter's, I'm going to add a little bit more. Paint. The light. Okay. So maybe a little bit of black. And I want some yellow and the right corner. See, I wanted only on the right corner and then I ended up adding everywhere yellow because I like it. I like it. Okay. How about we add some blue, the light blue, Hello, light blue. Let's work with you. This is looking super, super mice. The best thing is that you can't make any mistake because whatever you do is going to just look totally unique and probably beautiful. Okay. Last color. How about Yeah, Let's take some gold. See, that's a reason why we have to our paint always because it's not looking anymore. So we have to do it all again. And take another brush and sprinkle it over. Go quickly, quickly cookie, cookie uniform. Okay, I said this was my last column. I always want a little bit more black. Black and gold. That's it. That's what I was looking for. A little bit more. Just just just a little bit. Just a little bit. Domini codon, overdo it. A little bit of red. Okay. That's it. That's perfect. That's what I was looking for. I love it. And now let me take my fabric. It's time to transmit on our pipe break. So again, call it, plays a very, very slowly like that. Now we have to wait a few seconds so our fabric catches the print. And between I'm taking my goal and I am ready for the magic. Let's wait a few more seconds. That's good. Let's see if I like still a pattern fabric. So I'm catching the right corner. The left corner. I already love it. Okay, Let's go guys. This is amazing. It's beautiful and you can use it actually on your t-shirt already as a print or do some accessories with it. So I'm going to quickly place it on my board. Now. I'm so curious how your patterns look right now. I bet there are also specific beautiful. So let me take a little bit of paper. Get rid of that excess current iin. Now you have to rent it. And we can go and we are ready to do our next pattern, which is going to be the non Pareto Pattern. And trust me, it's the most beautiful pattern. 11. Git Gel Pattern: Hi, and welcome to our third model, the dye pot. In this lesson, we will make get-go pattern, also known as a zigzag pattern. And this pattern is a little bit more advanced than the other ones because you're going to have to use our columns. So I have a couple of different columns. I have a larger one, a smaller one. Once you put a fringe CO, and in case you don't have special marbling columns, you can also use just a regular com. And if you don't have a regular column, you can just simply use your wooden skewers and we can also work on that and create beautiful zigzag pattern. So in order to make our pattern, we have to do the same pattern which we have done previously, which is a stone pattern. So we're gonna take our brush and then we're going to take, take some paint and sprinkle over the paint over our Caribbean surface. Once this is done and we love our stone pattern, we're going to take our calm and just calm our pattern and create a 6 second. So let's go. Okay. So what's color? What I like to start with, okay, let's go with the yellow one. It's spreading beautifully. Okay, cool. Now let's go for the blue around it. So hypnotic to watch this. And I want to use my violet. Know. We have to wait a few seconds because it's still spreading. And can you see how the violet color is pushing out? Why the yellow? Very nice. Very nice. Okay, I need a clean brush and how about we add some copper? But I do have to stir your pain before you use it. A wizard. Okay. Let's add some noise. Okay. If you want to do a git checkout pattern, we have to use at least four different colors. And the best thing to do is to use around six colors. I have only three colors and I need to add at least three more colors. So how about, how about one? Slight blue? Works always good with coupon. And I'm trying to spring it over evenly with my horse hair. Brush. Okay. Blue. It looks pretty cool. And orange? Yeah. Let's use some orange paint. And again, stare at it a little bit. Just a tiny little bits to lighten up a little bit my pattern. And now I'm going to add just a tiny little bit so it doesn't get too dark. Just a little bit on the corners, on the right, on the left. It's easy to overdo black. So just at the time, a little bit of it, if you don't want it to be too dark. A little bit more on this side. Okay. What color am I missing? Cream? Yes. Let's go for green. Just a little bit. Just a little bit. And it's changing so much the pattern I liked. Okay, how about we add okay, Let's work with some silver paint, a clean brush, dipping into dipping it in my paint, and then get older. Okay. I have quite a lot of violet in this half of the pattern, and I want my pattern to be a little bit more events. So I think I'm going to add a little bit of violet on this side where I have too much yellow. So just just a little bit. Just a little bit. Yes. That looks much better. And I will add a little bit more of a flow back into the right corner. Silver, what is my silver? Stir it a clean brush. And I just want a little bit. Yes. Okay. So I have 1234567 colors. Perfectly clean. Look in this corner. Okay, once you're satisfied with your stone pattern, I like this one very much. You have to take your comm. I'll take this one. Then we have to put it inside into our Caribbean bath and drag it quickly to the left side. If you are starting on the right side, we just have to drag it into the left side. And obviously if you're starting on this side, then you have to drag it to this side. So let's go. Okay, so half of our pattern is done. Now we are taking our call them and we have to place it again into our code again and back. But we have to go inside in-between those lines. So we're going with DCE with these ones in-between the lines carefully in the middle, like that. And now we have to drag it to the left side. And this is a beautiful pattern. I like it, I really like it. And let me take right now my fabric and place it carefully and my car again above. Great. Now we have to wait a few seconds. And in-between we can take our board. I can already see the pattern coming out of my fabric. Let me quickly touch it. Okay, I think three more seconds and we're ready to take it out. So let me grab my fabric in the left corner and then in the right corner. All right, God. And let's take it out and see, alright, see the potter and beautiful. This is our pattern. I really like this pattern and let me right now placed it on my board. Very, very nice. And now we got paper, awesome tissues. And we have to get rid of the excess carrier games. And now we have to rinse it with cold water and let it dry. I hope you like this pattern and I hope you'll wants are looking as well, beautiful and amazing. And see you in the next video where we're going to do a known pattern. 12. Nonpareil Pattern: Hi everyone and welcome back to my mom. Would I mosque the class? In this video, I would like to teach you my old time favorite pattern, which is the nonparametric pot. And if you didn't know what a potter, trust me, you're going to dwell on love of it because it's simply stunning and beautiful. So in order to create this pattern, you need a couple of things. So firstly, weed, Paine's, then we need our horse hair brushes, dangling it as well, our columns, and we need two different columns. So one wonder why the teeth, as you can see here. And then we need a number one and year, two years or more narrow. So we need two different columns. In case you don't have any marble columns, you can as well use just a normal, regular com, and if you don't have irregular come Okey-dokey, you can still use your wooden skewers, which I hope you have just at home. Okay, So let's start. Firstly, we have to create a stone pattern. So we're gonna take our brushes and we're going to quickly still our pains. And we're just going to sprinkle over the paint on our current gain and bath. So I think my non parallel patterns going to be in blue, white, black, and golden colors. So I'm going to start with the blue one. I'm quickly stirring it. And I'm going to sprinkle it over my slides. Now I want to add some black color. Oh, black is spreading very, very well and very quickly, which is good because I wanted, my patterns have quite a lot of black accents mixed together with gold. So my next color is going to be gold. Yes, black and gold is always a good idea. So now I'm missing, I'm missing white. Yes. Let's take some whites and I need to clean brush and let some whites. So in order to create a known pattern, a pattern, you need at least five. Well, okay, you need at least four colors. But it works perfectly if you would have six colors, at least. It's just going to look better, okay, I need to add a little bit mob of white in the left corner, a little bit of white in the right corner. And over here because I want my pattern to be very, very even. And now I would like to have some light blue. I went just tiny accents on my light blue is I'm just going to sprinkle a little bit of it. Okay. Now we can quickly our brush. Take some tissues because you don't want to have some excess water on your brush. And now I'm looking for my silver one. There he is. Okay, let's do silver. Silver atom of a painting. Okay, So I do like what I see, but I think I'm missing a strong accidents, strong color axon. So how about I use, for example, let's go for it. So another brush. Let's quickly clean it. And let's take some red and see, see the magic happen. Yes, this is looking beautiful. Look more of it. Okey-dokey. I find I'm going to add a little bit more blue. Drive through. A little bit more no right corner. And how about more? What we've ma, but it's just a never ending story with adding more colors because whatever you do, you dislike it. And then it turns out in a few minutes later, you still do. Because you're just adding and adding more colors. Because it's just so cool to watch it, how it spreads suicides, and how the colors look in their size. Okay, I'm almost done. I just need a little bit of black. Okay. Not too much, not too much. Just a little bit. That's done. Overdo it. Okay. So it's a very even pattern in the middle. And I don't like the dark blue spots, so I'm going to add a little bit of white, looking much better. So my stone pattern is ready and now we're going to start the fun part. So we are taking our first column. I'm going to take the one which has the wider metal tea leaves. And I'm going to insert in my car again bath. And I'm going to quickly drag it to the side from the left side to the right side. So let's go. Step number one is done. Now we have to insert Come again, but this time on the opposite side. And I have to place my metal teeth in-between those lines in the middle. And I have to drag it again to the left side. Okay, cool. This is a get-go pattern which we already know how to make, and now we have to transform it and create a non-party pattern. So I'm gonna take my next column with the more narrow metal teeth. And I'm going to insert it into my Caribbean Bob, and I'm going to drag it once to this slide. So let's go. Can you see the magic happen? Oh my god, this looks amazing. I love it. I simply love it. I'm a big fan of the non-temporal a pattern. So it's looking beautiful in our car again above, and now we have to transfer it onto our fabric. So let's take our fabric and let's place it inside very slowly. So make sure that you don't move the pattern. Great. Now we have to wait a few seconds because I would pay and has to stick to the fabric. And in-between we have to get a board. Where are we going to simply place our fabric? Some meat to make some space? Cool? Okey-dokey. So now I'm going to take out my fabric, so I'm going to catch it in the right corner and then on the left in the left corner. Like that. Okay. Are you ready to see the pattern? Ready? Let's go. Amazing, beautiful. Oh my God, I love it and I'm so excited how you're known. Pattern is looking right now. Okay, now I have to place it on my board. Beautiful. And it's so easy. I mean, you just have to have brushes, some acrylic paints and easy. And you're just creating those beautiful patterns and they want to wash away. Once you wash them, you can let them make some cool accessories, whatever you wish to. I will just quickly take some paper tissues to get rid of the excess Caribbean. Quickly touch it. I really hope you liked this topic, marble die to Talia and I'm gonna see you in my next videos. 13. Steam Pressing : Hi guys and welcome to my mom. Would I masterclass in this video, I would like to show you what to do if you're beautifully marbled fabrics once they are completely dry. So here I have all the samples which we have done today by the use of acrylic paint on Carnegie. We have our oppose Eyes pattern. Then I had here our flower pattern, which we have done as a second pattern. Then we have our stone pattern. And here's a non-parallel pattern. One in fabric and the other one in letter. And I think in letter it looks amazing that we have a gift girl. And our French coal, which we have done under very end. Once all these samples are dry, we have to use the iron steam press because heat will activate our paint, a normal font, the paint to the fabric. So you can either use wrong or you can use a clever scheme press. And I think I'm gonna go today for my steam press because it's just gonna be ten times faster than ironing because I can place more than one part breaks sample inside and quickly I run it. I will place my fabric samples and before you start, keep pressing it. Always use some protective paper to cover your fabric. Because otherwise we'll just get 30, which we don't want to happen like that. Okay? So, um, now I'm pressing it. Actually before I'm going to press it, I have to set it for Tom. I'm steaming coffee. I want some extra steam. Now I have to wait around one minute till it gets super hot and then we can steam it. Okay. I have already 180 degrees so we can go. Okay, this one is done. It's perfectly smooth and firearms, we can put these ones are fine, but you can put the next two samples inside. So our beautiful stone Potter and maybe our flower pattern. And again, I'm taking my protective paper. I'm double-checking the cotton. And you can see that the steam is coming out and the steam is working inside. And thanks to it, I will have perfectly smooth fabric samples. Double-checking if it's caught on yesterday's. No, I have to wait two minutes that's ready. One minute to go. Voila. My patterns are beautifully ironic and qualify them. And now we have to do our bulls eyes pattern and our non-parallel pattern, which is my all-time favorite when I'm placing them inside. Covering it with protective PayPal. It sets to 166 degrees to cut on and I'm still pressing it. I'll have to wait only two minutes so it's ready. Ready. Okay. All tablet is not perfectly iron. And Tony Snow, thanks to keep pressing. Your acrylic paint, wash out from the fabric and you can easily wash it and where it. So thank you for joining me on this video and see you in the next one. 14. Insprations: Hi guys, I'm Dominik, acid chains gut, and you are watching fabric class inspirations. In today's video, I would like to show you some mobbed clothes were older fabrics and D tastes. What dm, by the use of various marbling patterns. You can find here Chevron and non PRA on both eyes and a French cow pattern. But before I show you the whole collection, let me show you my mood board where all the magic started. So here you can find a lot of fixtures, fabric samples, and color palette. So basically everything that inspired me in order to create this collection. So at this time, I was heavily inspired by interior design. And I was mainly looking for some cool interiors with some strong and bold colors. That's also the reason why most of the fabric parents, which you can see here, are in strong colors like red, blue, or green grass, which I love. Do a collection. I always, I always start with making a lot of topics, samples, and I'm trying out various patterns and I'm having a look whether they look good on back on various fabrics. So you can find here, for example, a flower pattern than stone pottery and orange and blue. Then we have a nice flower pattern and non-parallel OF Francesco. So once this is ready, so I have all my inspirations and my fabric samples, then I start sketching. I sketch quiet a lot because I simply love sketching. And I sketch, I sketch till I get old applying ideas which I like, and then I start creating a collection. So let me show you now all the garments. So here we have a letter vest where all the details are done the way handmade. And we have some cool modeling patterns over here. So here's a chevron pattern and red and violet. And then on the right side you can see a non-parallel pattern and a gold, silver, and blue. And also there's a t-shirt underneath, which has a non parade pattern. And also the hole is finished with some cool micrometer finishings. Now, now we have, you have to have a closer look at this yellow bright code. This is my favorite codes. And because I kinda feel like sunshine when I work with and here we just audit some cool pockets made out of this don't pattern. So if you are using letter for marbling is also amazing looking. If you liked the yellow coat, then you're going to love this green grass jump off. So here we created a bull's eye pattern and red, blue. And also there's a nice detail on the sleeve. Now we have to, you have to have a closer look at this oversized jump up while we were also working with them both iPod. And then we manipulated asleep for the oversize. Kind of cool. I like them because it's a casual collection. So we have to have some t-shirts. So he is a t-shirt, just the phasic white t-shirt with a non parallel print and red, orange and yellow. And we also added some metallic whenever I feel an art piece on myself. And I also have a black t-shirt. The idea is generally the same. So we added a stone Potter on a piece of fabric and then we added some metallic voice. So I hope you liked this collection and my mood board and you like the whole journey that inspired me in order to create this collection. And I hope I'm going to see you in the next videos. 15. Summary: Hi guys and congratulations because you have just finished our marble day masterclass. And I couldn't be more proud of you because this course are wasn't the easiest one. But I'll show you read the beautiful marble fabrics. So let me sum up this course. In this masterclass, you have learned everything about the tools and materials that you needed in order to create your beautiful mob of topics. Firstly, you've learned how to create a perfect hierarchy and bath, and you've been mixing together Carnegie and water in the right proportions. Later on you broaden, your fabrics would follow again you into solving alum in hot water. After that, we finally took our acrylic paint and trying to figure out the right proportions of ox cart and water and acrylic paints. Once we had done with this whole preparation process, we finally started. So we've been mixing acrylic paints and we did our very first pattern, which was the bull's eye pattern. And he would've been working together with iPads and eyedropper, and we've been creating a circular pattern. So afterward, done with the bull's eye pattern, we took some skew is and beautiful and very colorful flower pattern and we've been drawing about skewers flowers. Later on we finally learned the Turkish classic pattern called debts don't pattern, which I think is simply beautiful. It's quite easy part and to be honest, but still beautiful. And here we took some brushes and we've been sprinkled over the surface of Carnegie and our pains. And we created a beautiful stone powdered. Later on we moved to the most advanced patterns and we've been using our legs and columns. And we created our very first comp pattern, which is the good girl. We've created a pattern which looks like a zigzag. And here we've been moving our comms and regs to the right side and to the left side and a very smooth way. Then we finally moved that non-parallel pattern, which is my all-time favorite pattern because it's simply beautiful. And it wasn't the easiest one, wasn't it? Because we physically had to do as stone pattern, then we translate it into a get-go and in the very edge of took your car and you created a beautiful non perry pattern. It looks amazing on fabric at as well on letter. Look at this letter is looking beautiful. I love the colors. They're super intense and just let it works. Amazing, full marbling. So these were all the beautiful patterns that we created during this course. I hope that you are inspired by this course and you will continue to create beautiful mountain topics. I'm going to make us a chance gap. And this was my mom and my mom's, the Cloud.