Now for the next piece. I think the piece of fabric I disliked the most was the pink fat quarter. The first process was dyeing this pink even though it was a while ago.
I have had a sudden love affair with hot pink and orange. I think it is a throw back to the late 50's early 60's when orange and pink was a common color combination in clothing. Think Twiggy!!
The second process was batiking the fabric and dyeing it this yellow/orange color. Unfortunately I either didn't use enough wax or it wasn't hot enough. I suspect not enough wax on the tool.
Next I used this old stamp with Jacquard's Halo Pink Gold paint on it.
You can see the hint of pink in the gold spirals.
Next I used this magenta ProFab paint with an eraser stamp also an oldie but goodie.
Of course the stamp in the center had a glob of paint on it - right in the center of the fabric.
Painted fusible web in Halo Pink Gold
I used the stencil of the spiral from the last piece to trace the lines onto the back or paper side of the painted fusible web - Wonder Under.
The cool think is that you get a two for one deal with the spiral. You get both the positive and negative of the spiral (see below). I cut out 6 and got 12!! Bonus!!
I loosely placed them trying to space them then ironed down each spiral one at a time.
Here are the spirals paper side down and fused. Now I need to pick off the paper. It was at this moment when I realized fiddly shapes were hard to peel!!
After all the paper was removed I used a sheet of release paper to "go over" the piece with an iron making sure all the painted fusible was really down well.
I like this picture because you can see the glimmer of the painted fusible. I had used Halo Pink Gold on the fusible webbing.
The finished piece from the top
A close-up of the piece.