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BEST FABRIC PAINT TO USE?

PRINT | PAINT | DRAW

Whatever you need for your Fabric painting project, Derivan has you covered. 

Screen Printing | Fabric Paints | Fabric Markers | Textile Medium


Best fabric paint to use?

Derivan Fabric Painting |  Draw it | Paint it | Wear it.


Would you like to try fabric painting but don't know where to start? Have you got a t-shirt design you would like to do multiples of? At Derivan, we've created a range of fabric painting products that allow you to create an endless number of designs on a multitude of fabric surfaces.   Derivan Fabric paint is available in 13 bright colours and the ideal product to transform fabric items such as t-shirts, canvas shoes and pillowcases into unique and wearable statements.  But what if you want to create fine lines, or outline your design? We have the solution with our Fabric Art Dimensional Paint. This squeeze container has a small funnel tip used as a marker to create a raised outline.  If you are more of a drawer than a fabric painter, you can use our Fabric Markers to create hand-drawn designs.

You would like to do Fabric painting, but you don't have any fabric paint? We have you covered using the acrylic paint in your craft kit add Derivan fabric fixative to make your custom fabric paint. 

Silkscreen printing?  Derivan Screen Inks have long been the go-to screen ink available in 40 bright colours including fluros will have you screen printing your multiple print designs in no time.  Clean up with water makes it easy to clean up. 

 

  FABRIC  PAINT


How to turn t-shirts, canvas shoes and fabric into unique and wearable statements

Derivan Fabric Art Paint is a totally water-based and formulated as a safe, non-toxic paint for fabric. It can be used in the classroom or at home safely without the worry of being exposed to solvents such as white spirits, turps or thinners. Available in 13 colours, this non-toxic water-based paint is the first step in creating larger areas of colour on any fabric. All you do is apply with a brush, allow to dry for 48 hours, then heat set with an iron to ensure that it will remain colourfast when washed. All colours can be mixed to create a spectrum of shades only limited by your imagination. 

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What can you do with Fabric Paint?

We have a ton of videos you can use for inspiration go here to see the collection. In this youtube library, you will find the answer to many questions you may have about painting on Fabric.

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   FABRIC MARKER


Derivan Fabric Art Markers are are great for decorating many types of fabrics.  Customise your t-shirts, jeans, shoes and carry bags with illustrations, words, drawings or writings. Use your imagination and the possibilities are endless!


 Derivan Fabric Art Markers are available in a range of bold colours and feature a double-ended tip to help you create lines of varying widths to add versatility and depth to your designs - use them for detailed work, to outline letters or for wide strokes of colour. Available in 12 bright colours, these markers are acid and odour free.  They are also fade resistant on most fabrics and can be washed after heat fixing. Make your mark with Derivan Fabric Art Markers!


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  SCREEN PRINTING



Derivan Screen Ink is a totally water-based silk screen printing ink.

Derivan Screen Ink has been formulated as a safe, non-toxic silk screen printing ink for fabric and Tie Dyeing. It can be used in the classroom or at home safely without the worry of being exposed to harmful solvents such as white spirits, turps or thinners. Derivan Screen Ink is water-based and washes up in water (before it is heat set) but has excellent rub resistance and lightfastness once heat set.

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Painting on fabric inspiration

We have a ton of videos you can use for inspiration go here to see the collection. In this youtube library you will find the answer to many questions you may have about painting on Fabric.


a spouncer making patterns on a teatowel using Fabricart