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How to Do a Brocade Knockdown Texture

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A how-to tutorial on applying a brocade texture, also called a knockdown hand texture, to a wall or ceiling. Support See Jane Drill by shopping through our link on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/?tag=sejadr-20 Channel http://www.youtube.com/seejanedrill Website http://www.seejanedrill.com Facebook http://www.facebook.com/seejanedrill Twitter http://www.twitter.com/seejanedrill Email us: [email protected] Another video of interest: How to Repair Orange Peel Texture https://youtu.be/FonedKgrP5U Disclaimer: Due to factors beyond the control of See Jane Drill, we cannot guarantee against improper use or unauthorized modifications of this information. See Jane Drill assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in these videos. Use this information at your own risk. See Jane Drill recommends safe practices when working with tools seen or implied in our video and written content. Due to factors beyond the control of See Jane Drill, no information contained on this youtube channel, Facebook page, website and Twitter page shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage, or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or from the information contained in this content is the sole responsibility of the user and not See Jane Drill.
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IBIG Studios (2 months ago)
thanks jane drill. kisses
seejanedrill (2 months ago)
😉
bhim thakur (3 months ago)
Great job
GAMEW1ENER James (3 months ago)
This lady is a badass
seejanedrill (3 months ago)
🙂
Lynn Cissell (4 months ago)
Love this. I was looking for something to do my repaired bathroom walls. This is perfect and looks so nice and rich.
seejanedrill (4 months ago)
good luck with your project
Doug Palmer (4 months ago)
Thank you Leah. You're an excellent teacher and I thank you for sharing. May the force be with you. I think it is already!
seejanedrill (4 months ago)
🙂
Patrick Ryan (4 months ago)
Another great how to. Thanks Leah.
Deanna Hahn (4 months ago)
Been looking all over to try and find out how to match the texture on a wall i had to repair and thanks to your video, now i know how to do it and that its not nearly as hard as I feared! Thanks a bunch!
seejanedrill (4 months ago)
you're welcome, Deanna, and good luck with your project!
yaar khan (5 months ago)
hi.. can you please guide , that which raw material we must use to prepare the wall texture paste... if we want to make DIY , and not readymade wall texture paste .. as you keeps the core knowledge, so hope you can easily guide... thanks for your wonderful tutorials... and kindly reply...eagerly waiting .....
Gilbert Adame (5 months ago)
Looks good, and cookie sheets work good also lol at least it did for me
seejanedrill (5 months ago)
🙂👍
Awesome! Thanks for the video.
seejanedrill (5 months ago)
you're welcome, Dave!
AyashaVo92 (6 months ago)
pretty cool video, not what I was looking for originally (you can add brocade texture to paintings, most of them were modeled though, to look like leaf/organic forms, it goes back to the 12th century that it was used), but really interesting and well made none the less! :)
seejanedrill (5 months ago)
🙂
G H (6 months ago)
Cool!
seejanedrill (6 months ago)
🙂
Patty Mallett (7 months ago)
I wish my ceiling guy watched your video before jacking up my ceiling
Henry Garcia (8 months ago)
thanx jill, i love your show, howbout a beer sometime!
seejanedrill (8 months ago)
🙂
Olga Torres (8 months ago)
Amazing !!! Thank you
Samuel Grady (8 months ago)
Amazing video! So much more helpful than the first three I found! Thank you!
pavitran pavi (9 months ago)
422systemarty (10 months ago)
She has good teaching skills as well...
seejanedrill (9 months ago)
thanks!
MarinaADTR (10 months ago)
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MarinaADTR (10 months ago)
thank you for showing me how to do it.
Charles Wright (10 months ago)
Leah, thanks for the video, lots of valuable information. Keep the video's coming.
seejanedrill (10 months ago)
you're welcome, Charles, and thanks for commenting!
Stan P (11 months ago)
Beautiful ! I'm a plasterer looking for the same look but with little less work. What a great video and thanks for the idea.
seejanedrill (11 months ago)
My pleasure Stan
Pixel Kitty (11 months ago)
This is beautiful! I'm trying this on my breakfast nook this week! Thank you so much.
Joe Louis (11 months ago)
Great video its plain simple and straight to the point! Goood job
seejanedrill (11 months ago)
thank you!
Laura Borges (11 months ago)
Thank you for taking the time to teach!!!
seejanedrill (11 months ago)
🙂
K Stucolov (11 months ago)
omg thank you SO much you're instructions are so easy to understand and you're an amazing teacher thank you
Patrick Dwyer (1 year ago)
You f*ckin rock Jane
58gennaro (1 year ago)
i want to remove my thumbs up. false advertising. you make it look too easy. mine didn't turn out so well. kidding about removing the like. wish i was kidding about my project.
BravoDelta1018 (1 year ago)
You're awesome. Thank you
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
🙂
Victor Salazar (1 year ago)
Thanks for your videos
k kim (1 year ago)
Thank you
BLD Lightpainting (1 year ago)
You have a very lovely attitude and articulate way of teaching. Thank you, God bless your home, and Merry Christmas!
LightGesture (1 year ago)
I love knock down texture. Mmmm Hmm!
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
🙂
RJ James (1 year ago)
Leah... THANKS for helping this Jack-leg do a professional looking wall repair by matching the Brocade Knockdown Texture.
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
you're welcome, and way to go!
C 3 (1 year ago)
Great video Great work
WillThyBDone (1 year ago)
I️ want thank you sooooooooooo much! This video saved my butt on a remodel!!! Much love!!!
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
you're very welcome1
Humberto Corrales (1 year ago)
How much time are you taking to test it before flatting it? 20min? 10? Thanks, good video
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
Hi Humberto, it really depends upon the conditions in your room...the humidity, temperature, etc. It is difficult to give a time estimate.
Jose Antonio Sanchez (1 year ago)
Is it ok if the wall I'm gonna do this to has a satin sheen to it?
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
Yes, because there is an adhesive in the joint compound.
Michael DeModena (1 year ago)
Amazing! I’ve learned so much from all your videos. Thank you!
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
you're very welcome!
DC Innovator (1 year ago)
Thank You!
Raul Cornejo (1 year ago)
I was wondering how long you waited to knockdown the texture? 5-10 minutes?
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
Hi Raul, I can't give a definite time, because the circumstances, humidity in the air, temperature, etc. play a major role.
Carina Simoes (1 year ago)
Youre awesome
viraj fernando (1 year ago)
much appreciated.Thanks.
italo iozzelli (1 year ago)
that look in your video is after the sanding? My wife and I we love your videos by the way!
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
No sanding involved.
Thanks a lot...you are great!!! Very good information and i use it for a job..thank you...dont stop and give us more video...
Twitch' N Clips (1 year ago)
Is this possible to be done with only one hawk? If so how? Thanks
Brandon Garmon (1 year ago)
I found this video to be highly helpful, I think you did a great job explaining how in great detail. I would like to ask, what is the best type of paint, to go on this type of texture.
BackToConstitution (1 year ago)
Absolutely beautiful work! Thumbs up! Jane really understands art! The work she does is art! Thank you for imparting your wisdom on us! Because of you, homes are more beautiful!
thanks for this video, I have ceilings done like this by the contractor, and I'd like to paint them, I wonder if you have a video or tips on that. I don't know for certain if it was painted when they did the original, but its been about 18 yrs and its yellow now. So I'd like to freshen it up. Any tips would be appreciated! thanks for this video.
Thank you...I will check that out and try it on a small room first!
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
Hi Catherine, they now make a ceiling paint and primer in one. There is one made by Zinsser that is very highly rated. I would suggest using that.
Ash SA (1 year ago)
Thanks for this helpful video, I appreciate it. I was just wondering whether I could use tile adhesive instead of joint compound?
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
I'm wondering, why would you want to do that? Tile adhesive is expensive.
Vergon PARADO (1 year ago)
THANKS SMART COOKIE !
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
you're welcome, and thanks!
J Mead (1 year ago)
I'm a novice and am wondering if you start out with a wall that has been taped and sanded and ready for a topcoat or do you need the topcoat on the entire wall first? Thank you.
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
No topcoat needed.
J Mead (1 year ago)
How do you apply this design to inside corners?
Kyle Warkentin (1 year ago)
So great! Love your attitude. Helped me just enough for my own small project.
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
glad to be of help!
Kris Panich (1 year ago)
Super !! :) thank you
Willie Davis (1 year ago)
Great presentation
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
Thanks Willie
Amelia Hidalgo (1 year ago)
Thanks for the great and easy to follow detail.  I have been trying to do it and came close.  Your hints about keeping the tools wet made a big difference. How about a video on how to fix an area in the brocade?  I had to replace a small area  (1' x 1') of drywall so how do I make the patch blend in without it looking like a blob?
Bill Connelly (1 year ago)
GREAT video... THANKS!!! good tips
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
you're welcome, Bill, glad you liked it!
terry silberman (1 year ago)
Thanks so much for taking the time to give such great instructions, Ms. Leah.
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
You're very welcome, Terry!
Dan Zuknick (1 year ago)
Very uneven texture...
Peter Lopez (1 year ago)
Wow! You truly know how to teach and communicate! Thanks for sharing..and helping me save money!
Scott H Smith (1 year ago)
Leah You're Fantastic. SO here's what I love about you. You're able to take something, learn the right and best way, add your little twist to make it you ( even better) and then teach it to the masses. I've learned a bunch from you. You have a special gift, please always continue to develop it and help others. Like you do! (me too)
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
Thank you so much, Scott. I really appreciate it!
Scott O'Nanski (1 year ago)
As a professional painter / decorator it's great to come across videos of artisans teaching their craft. These are definitely skills I've been looking to acquire. Thanks!
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
you're welcome, Scott, I appreciate your comments!
Randall Lopez (1 year ago)
You should have your own TV show. Excellent!
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
:)
marksamuelsoncable (1 year ago)
You have a talent for making these instructionals be highly accessible and easy to understand without compromising job quality. I appreciate the time you've invested into doing these lessons for the greater public.
Jimesh Kuttan (10 months ago)
Nice
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
thank you very much!
Kathryn Poole (1 year ago)
Leah, I don't know what all you've got going on in your life but from watching your videos, you would have a super huge following if you had your own TV show !
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
thank you very much!
Mary Valentine (1 year ago)
Thanks for empowering me. Women traditionally doubt their competence in jobs like this. I'm just stoked now. I'm going to be slinging mud all over the freaking place! Stand back, world.
Mike Diangelis (1 month ago)
Keep doubting
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
:) !!!!!!!
Richie B (1 year ago)
Great video
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
thanks
Chrissy (1 year ago)
It looks BEAUTIFUL!!! i LOVE your videos, they're the best! and so inspiring :) Thanks so much for sharing your skills and wonderful way of explaining everything. Going to try this this weekend!!! :)))))
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
thanks, Chrissy, and good luck with your project!
Ms. Lady Key (1 year ago)
Can you smooth out a brocade wall with warm water? My goal is to smooth out my walls without putting up new walls. Thanks
Ms. Lady Key (1 year ago)
seejanedrill Thank you
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
First of all, it would have to be joint compound, and joint compound that has never been painted. And even then, it would be a challenge. But it could be done.
DelliReeus (1 year ago)
What is all that I need to do this?
Goodlad Gunn (1 year ago)
Thanks- Perfect!
aeejke (1 year ago)
I just love your videos, very helpful and easy to follow. Thank you so much for sharing!
Sugar Sheila (1 year ago)
Just found your videos. Subscribed. Sure could have used your info when we were renovating an old house a few years back...but we learned by trial and error, and it turned out nice. I'm saving this info for my next house! Love the way you talk. Not condescending at all. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and experience. 👍
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
you're welcome, Mark. Glad you found us, and thanks for commenting!
Publio Delgado (1 year ago)
ms Lea beside that hawk tool any other tool that i can use to create that type of texture
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
Yes, here is the link: https://youtu.be/WUYcYEV14Vo
R Fox (1 year ago)
Excellent video. I didn't have two hawks so my wife suggested the bottom side of her quarter sheet baking pan... It worked great! Thanks for all of your amazing videos!
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
Nice way to improvise!!!
Lane Mortensen (1 year ago)
You do great videos! Thanks for taking the time to put these out there to help us newbies...
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
you're welcome, Lane, I'm glad to be of help!
Publio Delgado (1 year ago)
nice
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
thanks!
Gretchen Newman (1 year ago)
THANKS LEAH!!
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
you're very welcome, Gretchen!
Kelly Krauth (2 years ago)
About how much time before you test to knock it down minutes? hours?
seejanedrill (1 year ago)
Hi Kelly, it really depends upon the type of joint compound you are using
Sonya Lenz (2 years ago)
Finally, a How To video that doesn't have annoying, loud background music, is clearly explained, well filmed and gets to it right away! Can't wait to watch & learn more! Thank you!
seejanedrill (2 years ago)
you're welcome, Sonya, glad you liked it!
rob kitchen (2 years ago)
You my dear Know your stuff !!!!!!!!
seejanedrill (2 years ago)
:)
Luke Irwin (2 years ago)
Consistently the best how-to videos out there. Thanks!
seejanedrill (2 years ago)
you're welcome, and thank you!
Spencer T (2 years ago)
Good video!
seejanedrill (2 years ago)
thanks, Spencer!
Sergio Perez (2 years ago)
Dang your awesome u make me want to do it and i don't even have a house lol
seejanedrill (2 years ago)
:)
Racko Mode (2 years ago)
Nice and clear to the point video💯👍
Jay Kim (2 years ago)
I haven't seen any better expert than you in web, Youtube and even in real life.
Racko Mode (2 years ago)
+seejanedrill 👍😊
seejanedrill (2 years ago)
Thanks for commenting Racko
Emmas dad (2 years ago)
thanks for the tutorial. just started this technique in our garage conversion on some drywall that was messed up and its coming out great looking.
seejanedrill (2 years ago)
Nice!
eciaccord (2 years ago)
Thank you so much!!! I just tried your method and my walls came out looking great!!!
seejanedrill (2 years ago)
fantastic, you did it, way to go!
macville82 (2 years ago)
Can you use premixed joint compound, or is it better to use a hot mix? I am guessing the latter since there is a certain point at which you need to knock it down.
seejanedrill (2 years ago)
There's no preferred type...it's just about how quickly you want to do the job
Brenda Contreras (2 years ago)
How much do you charge for a room? I want to do it myself but very afraid I will mess up lol
seejanedrill (2 years ago)
you should give it a try, the texture is forgiving
Michael Clement (2 years ago)
Masterful. Hats off to you.
seejanedrill (2 years ago)
thanks, Michael, I appreciate it!
Rhonda Patterson (2 years ago)
You are so much appreciated. Your a perfect teacher and understand simplicity. Thankyou so much
seejanedrill (2 years ago)
you're welcome, Rhonda, and thanks!
Alen Karumuna (2 years ago)
fantastic textures, ilv all
seejanedrill (2 years ago)
thanks, Alen!
roger drum (2 years ago)
Great job professor.
Vitoria Azevedo (2 years ago)
Nice andar beatifull.
seejanedrill (2 years ago)
thanks!
El Plaga (2 years ago)
been in the business for 16 yrs.... was taught by some of the best in my area, however it was the school of hard knocks...... love your approach to teaching ,very informative and great demo....keep doing what your doing........ on a side note looks better than a lot of other work I've seen that was waaaay overpriced
jims adventures (2 years ago)
Awesome! I plan on doing this soon. You're so helpful 👍
M H (2 years ago)
also for lets say a 12 x 12 room how much joint compound do u think is needed?
M H (2 years ago)
I freaking love your videos you rock...doing this to my medieval dining room picked up a real old real big Mediterranean dining room set knights tapestries etc...
art and craft ideas (2 years ago)
Wonderful
seejanedrill (2 years ago)
thank you!
Nathan Perkins (2 years ago)
Some of the best tutorials on YouTube. I hope you get your own TV Show.
seejanedrill (2 years ago)
thanks, Nathan!

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