I have been seeing a few photos of Chalk Paint™being used on upholstery fabric, and the odd cushion or two, so I thought I would have a little experiment myself. I found a soft grey cotton t-shirt belonging to my daughter, and stencilled a little Duck Egg Blue across the front. I slightly dampened the fabric first with water using a plastic spray bottle, and the paint soaked into into the fibres easily. I let the t-shirt dry for a day - probably not necessary to wait that long but I had visions of it washing out if I washed it too soon. Once dry the fabric felt a bit stiff, but not as stiff as I expected. I then washed the t-shirt in the machine, normal cycle, and line dried it. The t-shirt is now beautifully soft and wearable, with the stencilled areas gently faded but still definitely visible. What a great way for teenagers to customise their clothing! The paint will continue to fade out with washing, but most t-shirts are designed to do that anyway. My plan is to put the t-shirt through a few washes, and then use a different stencil and different colour to overlay the design - there definitely won't be anyone wearing the same t-shirt!