Thursday, September 02, 2010

What's new

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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Fran├žoise said...

Nice work. Love the last one.
What is tin print?

Judys Fiber Art said...

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.

Sandy said...

Busy lady. It looks like you had fun.

Judy said...

Love the first and the last ones most....the gold on the bottom pic is fabulous. Looks like you've been having a great time.


Virginia said...

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

Virginia said...

Sorry Linda, brain confused by the previous blogger's entry! ("What brain?" you say!)

linda stokes said...

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.