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Had fun last night! Printing with paint on used teabag paper and vintage sewing pattern tissue. Includes my handmade abstract print blocks and a vintage wooden Japanese print block.

eco art 3

these are some of the pieces I dyed at the workshop i recently attended

click on each photo to enlarge:

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understorey 1

and understorey 2

there were 3 dye pots – brown onion skins, red onion skins and wild cherry

i painted egg yolk directly onto cotton fabrics in places before dyeing them

i also painted leaves and sliced avocado seeds with egg yolk, then layered them between cotton fabrics, rolling them up and tying them before simmering in dye for several hours

some are now waiting to be stitched

some were stitched before they went in the dye pots

some were stitched afterwards

[to see the earlier posts about this workshop, please click here and here]