While my deconstructed prints were drying on the line, I set up the old screens for Judith's new Play Date this coming Saturday. I photographed the washed and dried print. They are a bit faint but I DID take a chance printing them on a medium beige linen.
Faint but looks like trees/forest - another layer needed
Nice clean up rag
Five screens done on white fabric. More layers needed but still good.
I like this too and will add more layers
Screens set up for another go.
My set-up. I am using a thin bubble wrap, burlap (dark splotch) and wrinkled waxed paper
Another clean up cloth that needs more "action"
What I made in 10 days. Thank you my muse, Judith...
I really like what you do! Congratulations!ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful play date with Judith this weekend! Hopefully we'll finally be done with never-ending rain, cloudiness, and cold weather here soon and I'll be able to get some dyeing, painting and printing done, too.ReplyDelete
I'm keen to try deconstructed screen printing Beth - I wish I had a friend like Judith nearby!ReplyDelete
I'm pretty luckyDelete
Fun to watch the process. Thanks!ReplyDelete
Wow you certainly had a great play day with Judith!! Now what to make with the fabric, huh? I love reading what you get to make. Have a great weekend. Pam GonzalezReplyDelete
I think you will love what I make with these but many steps to go firstDelete
I agree....Wow, Beth!!!!!!ReplyDelete