I finally finished cleaning up and putting my outdoor studio to bed for the season yesterday. The main working table has a clean piece of cotton and a fresh plastic top stapled on and a new tablecloth covers that. One table was moved to make room for an outdoor Plastic “shed” that previoyusly held my gardening tools but mostly had a lot of junk in it. It’s now filled to protect powdered dyes, mordants, silk screens and various tools. Most of my pots and pans are in black plastic bags on a shelving unit that I brought inside as well. I left a couple large pots out so that I can make up a couple batches of tannins today with 2 good weather days forecast. I’ll keep them in jars in the fridge, ready for next year. I also have to make up a fresh pot of alum, then a batch of soymilk to mordant a bolt of fabric that will cure over the winter.
This week, I washed out the last of my cotton prints that were curing. Here’s the last batch of rusted prints:
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Lovely, I’m envious.
Your batch of rusted prints are gorgeous! Can’t wait to see what you make with them. Thanks for sharing!
Thanks for saying so!