FYI I used the Setacolor a while back. We did it in a workshop with about
20 people and it turned out well. We just used scrap fabrics and the paint.
Expose it to the sun and then heat set it with an iron. I loved the effect
of putting leaves and nature things on the design.
Sax Arts & Crafts
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Subject: Setacolor sun prints?
> Has anyone used this product on a large scale (multiple classes
> with average size of 22 or so, grades maybe 3-5?) If so, any advice
> on how to go about organizing, what you really need, or suggestions
> of projects to do? (K-5 school, thoughts of bandanas are floating
> in my head...)