would make great embellishments like grungeboard but in a fabric form.
This is the official information.
Lutradur is a non-woven polyester fabric that is well suited as an art medium. It's lightweight, delicate, and flexible, yet very strong. Lutradur has an open structure and accepts paint, ink, and other media and is delicate enough to filter light.
Due to the random structure of the spun bond fibers, you can create interesting surface textures. Lutradur can be heat set at 300 degrees F.
It can be laminated and lends itself as a sculptural medium due to the simplicity of its structure, color, and presentation.
Decorate it with paint or dye and use it as wrapping paper or to wrap bunches of fresh flowers. Run it through an inkjet printer. Use it as an alternative to canvas. Silk screen on it. Glue it. Cut it--it won't fray. Also used in quilting and other fiber and textile art. It has almost limitless applications.
Definitely check out the book I posted yesterday and the Fiskars chat!
The neat thing about Lutradur is the fabric like quality...for me anyways.
I always love incorporating fabric into my scrapbooking
but it is crinkly and unmanageable at times.
Lutradur is stiffer and easy to use.
Plus you can feel like an artist even without being a painter!
It is about 5.00 a yard but comes in over 70" wide.
Thanks Rebecca for turning me on to a new fun medium!
~Have a great day~