A. Previously printed silk charmeuse from last season. Newly mordanted in AA; sprayed with soda ash water B. Close up. C. Added various leaves on top of half the cloth. D. Close up of oaks, horse chestnut and some weld chips. E. Center layer is a scarf dyed with weld and previously used […]
Eco Printing on Paper
Greetings on this morning of our first frost here just inland of the northeast coast of Massachusetts. As I write I’m watching how the sun nears my tent and it’s just beginning to shine of the white plastic that should begin to warm it up inside in about a half hour. Then I’ll go out […]
A Woman’s Work Is Never Done!
All silks here: the first is raw silk, on the right is habati silk. I like how these came out. The leaves that soaked in rusty water are the strongest. Others were all soaked in various concoctions. I have going pans of chalk with seawater, plain seawater, vinegar water, rusty iron water, copper water that […]