“Wet-Spray” question…

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    • #12835
      Jcash
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      So I understand, I think, how wet spraying is achieved. Wet silk- wet dye… sprayed on all over. Right or no?

      I want a green probably with a lighter and darker component and then I want it dirtied up. Like muddied up. Like that wet spaghetti blob of silk was on a table and brown dye exploded and splattered ALL OVER IT. Random splotches all over rather than sections of just brown… right?? IF So…Wet spraying will get me that desired effect correct or no?

      Thanks!!

    • #12838
      Luv2stitch2
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      Grungy? 😍

      • #12840
        Jcash
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        Exactly!!! 😆

    • #12844
      VikkiHDF
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      Give me an idea of the start green cause that makes a huge difference in which brown I use.

      Vikki

    • #12867
      Luv2stitch2
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      🥳🥳🥳🥳🥳

      I love a “throw it in the dirt and run over it” party!!

      😍😍😍😍😍

    • #12951
      RobininVirginia
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      Wasn’t that how the PBs or Rubbed colors were created? Because someone was looking for what Barbara said, “throw it in the dirt and run over it”.

    • #13648
      Jcash
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      Vikk, I have a cotton one that’s perfect. I just have to find it in my pile of new stash and I’ll match it to a green. Probably something darker…

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