Friday, October 23, 2009

Pink and purple

Here are some of the results I got from the screens I prepared the other day.
This fabric was printed with the larger screen, the one with the net bag...

This is a close-up...
The next one comes from the small screens. I think I'm going to overprint it with a handmade block .
I've got a few others that are not very interesting. I guess they need more layers. I've already prepared another screen. The hardest part of the game is that you have to wait until the screen is dry before printing, otherwise the patterns vanish. (That's what happened with the bubble wrap...)

10 comments:

Gerrie said...

It is hard to be patient!! These are nice prints. Lots of potential.

Kristin L said...

Very interesting. I think the best part about them though, is that you overlap your prints on one piece of fabric -- thus making an even more interesting pattern.

patstudio said...

i love to watch you process. thanks.

Doreen G said...

I love the bottom one Francoise.

Terri Stegmiller said...

Looks like you've been having fun. I agree with what Kristin said about them looking interesting where they overlap.

Diane said...

Ooh, PINK!
Beautiful prints -- I look forward to seeing what you do with them!

Leah said...

Oo, these are lovely! i love the soft-layered effect.

Gunnels blog said...

these screen print are very beautiful!

Karen said...

You are diving right into this pink thing and I'm floundering around trying to find something to say about it!

sharon young said...

love your experiments, especially the last one