Fabric Kits

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If you’re not confident in choosing your fabrics, or have limited options available? Let me do the work for you. I’ve put together kits with high quality Kona cotton fat-quarters in 5 values, and in 5 color options.

fabric-beigeBeige Fabrics in 5 values

These fabrics are warmer tones than the brown set below. They are an excellent choice for rendering vintage photos in sepia tones.

$15

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Brown Fabrics in 5 values

These fabrics are cooler tones than the beige set above. They are also an excellent choice for rendering vintage photos in sepia tones. Use the Brown and Beige fabric kits for compositions with multiple figures with dark complexions to give each figure a distinctive look.

$15

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Gray Fabrics in 5 Values

This is another great collection of fabrics for working with vintage photos. It can also be used to give a contemporary portrait a bold, but neutral look.

[TIP: Add a touch of red to the composition to make it pop]

$15

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Peach Fabrics in 5 Values

When working on a portrait of a person with lighter skin that is more likely to tan than burn, this is a great fabric kit choice. These are warmer, heartier tones than the pink fabric kit below. Use the peach and pink fabric kits for compositions with multiple figures with light complexions to give each figure an individualized look.

$15

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Pink Fabrics in 5 Values

This is the fabric kit for working on a portrait of someone with lighter skin that is more likely to burn than tan. These are cooler, more delicate tones than those in the peach thread kit. Use the peach and pink fabric kits for compositions with multiple figures with light complexions to give each figure a distinctive look.

$15

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