I have sooooo many cool pieces of fabric to play with. There shall be no excuses for shunning the studio. I should give credit to our great workshop teacher, Jeannette DiNicolis Meyer. She is on the faculty of OSAC.
These were waiting for me when I arrived this morning, after being washed and dried. The first two were done with the torn masking tape applied to the silkscreen.
This was the piece that had skinny tape applied to the fabric. I love this.
Today we mixed turquoise dye with the discharge paste. It does not discharge so you can add color to discharged areas. Here I am applying the turquoise discharge paste, using a construction fence as the resist.
I made another masking tape silk screen:
Here is the piece of fabric with discharge paste screened on the surface. This fabric is much browner than it shows here. The final piece is gorgeous. I’ll post a pic tomorrow. Jeannette proclaimed it the best piece of the workshop!!
This piece had large areas of smooshed discharge paste done yesterday and was looking rather washed out. Today, I used the turquoise paste to add back some color and design elements using a syringe and a screen.
Here is another skinny tape piece (raw silk) using the turquoise paste and one that was stamped with hydrangea leaves.
This is a piece that I painted with acid dyes a while ago. I used a foam roller with cut outs and rolled the paste across the fabric creating discharged stripes.
The rest of the work done today has not been photographed. I had to bring it home to wash. So there will be more tomorrow.