If you're looking for a new way to develop and print your film negatives the Photo Fabric Dye Kit
could be just what you are looking for.
This DIY printing kit, sold by Photojojo, contains dye that you paint onto fabric which you then place a negative on top of it, expose in UV or sunlight then wash the fabric to stop the development process once the exposure's complete.
Any fabric can be used and you can also use small objects to create silhouettes in the paint rather than using negatives. It takes around five minutes to expose the dye in bright sunlight and high-contrast negatives produce the best results.
The kit contains red, orange and blue dyes, which are made by Inkodye, that can be used individually or mixed together to create new shades. The kit's priced at $35. Visit Photojojo
for more information.