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    1. What is Compressed Sponge?

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Discover one of our favourite print block materials – compressed sponge. It’s easy to mark and cut out into any shape you like. Then simply immerse in water to create a sponge printing block to use with acrylics or fabric paints.

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Kari Elliott

5 star rating

“Very clear instruction on how to use the compressed sponge to print and how to care for it. Good suggestions on how to ensure a crisp image. ”

“Very clear instruction on how to use the compressed sponge to print and how to care for it. Good suggestions on how to ensure a crisp image. ”

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Irene Floyd

5 star rating

“Thanks fort sharing the technique. I will try it on fabric to create background on an art quilt.”

“Thanks fort sharing the technique. I will try it on fabric to create background on an art quilt.”

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Julia O'Leary

5 star rating

“This may be just what I am looking for to produce a variety of beach pebbles as a background for embroidery. Possibly using the whole sheet and blended colours. ”

“This may be just what I am looking for to produce a variety of beach pebbles as a background for embroidery. Possibly using the whole sheet and blended colours. ”

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Ann Baker

5 star rating

“Easy to follow. Loved the effect”

“Easy to follow. Loved the effect”

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Nancy Shafee

4 star rating

“I can see hours of fun here - must give it a go!”

“I can see hours of fun here - must give it a go!”

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Patrizia Maiversi

5 star rating

“Very nice! Thank you”

“Very nice! Thank you”

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