Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Dispersal dyeing samples

These are the results from heat transferring some of my painted papers from the previous post onto fabrics.

Above & below: papers are cut up and layered onto satin fabric, a good way to build up a larger, more complex surface.


Above: all techniques used on wet dye painted papers which were then allowed to dry before ironing onto fabric: from top left: plastic bag scrumpled, bubble wrap, and bottom 2: sprinkled salt.
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7 comments:

Fran├žoise said...

Very nice results! Especially with the layered papers.

Corryna Janssen said...

I love the colours of this experiment. And the result of the third picture is most appealing to me. I wish I can make fabrics like this some day.

Sandy said...

They turned out so well. I like the layering idea.

Doreen G said...

Beautiful Linda--I love the layered ones also.

Beverly Ash Gilbert said...

Love the layering of all these gorgeous hot colors!

Vicki W said...

Love the layered effects!

Ruthie Powers said...

Hi Linda,
It's Ruthie over here in Texas. Thanks for your comment on my blog about my rubber stamps. I love your colors and will come back to look through your blog after work today. What a treat.