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Screen print with a soy wax stencil

Tin print with mono printing over

Machine embroidered panel: free motion stitched, heat gunned, cut up and re-assembled. Not finished yet.

This started as a sun print, but the sun disappeared too early so I printed over with more of my plastic thingys (made from milk bottle plastic) then some stencilling with paint and gold shiva stick.

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7 Comments

  1. Thanks for visiting my blog. Making your own fabric is one of my favorite things to do. I love all the different results you got and the different techniques you used to get them. I think you are having a lot of fun with these.

  2. Judy, What lovely work you do! Thank you for sharing it.

    A few entries ago you showed a lovely bag made out of furnishing fabric. You said the fringe was died using “dispersal dyeing” – is that good old Procion, or something else I need to know about?

    I hope you go on feeling ok, or that the surgery can be brought forward.

    Thanks for sharing

  3. Thanks for the comments – a couple of questions to answer: Tin printing – using a small food tin with thick textile paints inside – creates a thick line on the fabric as you move it along.
    Dispersal dyes or heat transfer dyes: different to procion – they are used on synthetic fabrics and set by heat.

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