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Jacquard Marbling Kit

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The art of marbling paper has been historically associated with the craft of bookbinding. The Jacquard Marbling Kit allows the technique of marbling to become easier and more accessible than ever before. This kit is designed for professionals, yet easy enough to use for beginners.

The technique of marbling involves creating multi-colored patterns of paint that float on the surface of a gel-like medium. Paper or fabric is then laid on the surface to pick up the floating paint and transfer the design. It is great for making patterned fabric or gift wrapping paper.

The kit includes six 1 /2 fl. oz. bottles of marbling colors (in Red, Blue, Yellow, Black, Green, and White), 5 oz. of Alum sizing, 2 oz. of Methocel marbling medium, and complete instructions. Recommended for ages 12 and up.

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Jacquard Presents: Marbling with Asher Katz
Marbling is a transfer process traditionally associated with book arts. Colors are floated on a thickened medium that is made with Methocel (http://www.jacquardproducts.com/methocel.html) or Carrageenan (http://www.jacquardproducts.com/carrageenan.html) and water. A substrate (typically paper or fabric) that has been treated with Alum (http://www.jacquardproducts.com/alum.html) (a "sizing" or "mordant") is then laid on the surface of the marbling surface. The colors transfer onto the substrate, which is then washed and dried. In this video, the paint Asher uses is Jacquard's Dye-Na-Flow (http://www.jacquardproducts.com/dye-na-flow.html). Traditionally, the colors are combed into patterns before the transfer. Asher doesn't do much combing in this video; instead, he uses the process for more free-form painting. www.asherkatz.net
  • Jacquard Presents: Marbling with Asher Katz
    Marbling is a transfer process traditionally associated with b...

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