Dyeing fabric is like playing
So I have been playing for awhile
and creating some landscape fabrics.
Here's what I've come up with so far.
A Shibori Sun shining - pole wrapped -
Arashi Shibori. This is a Fat Quarter
but I made a larger one
This one measures 26" x 46" using
the same method of pole wrapping.
I love the lines and ghost prints
on this one.
The very first one that I made was a
couple of years ago And used it on
one of my Landscape quilts.
I didn't want the entire sun in the quilt
so I cut part of it off. I love the effect
that it has on the piece.
Another piece that I was working on is
Fabric for Stones and Rocks - you could
also used it for mountains and cliffs.
Here's one on a larger scale
Wood Grain is done the Shibori way.
Nui Shibori technique - which is basically a
By stitching rows and rows of small stitches
closely together and then pulling the thread
to gather the fabric tightly before dyeing.
This piece was dyed twice - over dyed.
I'm happy with the results!
All of the above Fabric are now on sale
in my Etsy shop.
It was so much fun to make!