rag-rolling

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rag-rolling

n
(Crafts) a decorating technique in which paint is applied with a roughly folded cloth in order to create a marbled effect
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To rag-roll, a cloth is rolled into a sausage shape of varying tightness, then lightly dipped into the glaze and roiled gently across the base coat.
To make the space look more in proportion, Laura opted to paint the ceiling and the top two feet of the walls in solid terracotta and rag-roll the rest in a terracotta glaze.
How long will it be before we have to take exams before we can go skate-boarding or rag-roll the living room?
"We've also tried to do more hands-on things - we've got a workshop area where people can come and learn how to do things like , stamp and rag-roll. Again, that's free of charge.
If it's naff, outdated or rag-rolled, the MPs for elegant living and clean lines want it declared illegal.
"The sponged-on and rag-rolled paint finishes of the past are giving way to more subtle and refined techniques," says Heidi Sandrev, associate product manager at Pratt & Lambert.
If you want your wall rag-rolled, I'm the lady to do it.
The restaurant is long and fairly narrow, being done out with rag-rolled sunburst orange walls, stone tiled floor, wrought iron tables and chairs and colourful Mediterranean pictures.
Is there no holding this young lady back, particularly as she once again rag-rolls naughty Jerome's face in lipstick?
But just being a fully paid up member of the well-groomed, aesthetically aware, rag-rolled frat house does not mean a lifelong membership of the Judy Garland Appreciation Society.
She rag-rolled the walls and picked out the ceiling pattern in black using a small paintbrush.