Friday, January 13, 2017

Mystery technique

Today is Friday and that means time for a new mystery technique. Here is the fabric:


It is up to you all to take a guess at what techniques (2) I used to create this fabric. Leave your answer in the comments below. Coming Monday I will reveal how it was made and who is the lucky winner of this fabric

12 comments:

  1. Scrunched up previously dyed fabric dipped into several colors of fabric paint.

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  2. Mono printing (gelli plate or clean up cloths for background) and masking tape stencils with paints?

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  3. Old dyed piece of cloth with painting on top

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  4. Crunched, painted over with different colors of metallic paint, allowed to dry, then pulled and straightened out again.

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    1. One can do this with foiling too. Crunch the fabric, apply the adhesive, let set, drape pieces of foil on the adhesive, then pull everything out flat.

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    2. when i was in a hurry to dry a piece of fabric i had painted, scrunched and was also a wipe up cloth, i touched a hot iron to the surface lightly to speed up the drying time. when i opened flat the fabric, after completely dry, the ironed sections had harder dry portions and stronger color..

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  5. pieced fabric then cutup and re-stitched together

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  6. I LOVE all these guesses. I only have one comment, Wil.....they obviously have not seen our actual drop cloths, huh? LOL!!

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