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Fresh soy milk as a fabric fixative and water color binder. Soak natural fiber cloth (e.g., silk) in soy milk; dry and iron if desired. Use as a binder for pigment, I.e., use in place of water to thin water color paint for application. Cure for 3 weeks to 3 months. myb

soy milk recipe for Japanese dye & stenciling technique, mentions that One cup of dry beans will easily yield two cups of swollen beans. This in turn will yield enough soy milk to easily size seven to eight yards of wide china silk.

Merino wool, raw silk, chiffon, metal organza, silk organza and raw linen - by Claudy Jongstra

merino wool, raw silk, chiffon, metal organza, silk organza and raw linen - by Claudy Jongstra