So I burned a screen and printed my botanical papercut, but decided it was too busy. Here you can see the first design sewn into a pouch, then the second try in larger scale behind it. Continue reading “New Botanical”
Want some screenprinted fabric or handmade pouches? I’ll post a small shop update Saturday 2/10 at noon!
It took me over a week to finish this papercut, with at least twenty hours of cutting. I wanted to create an organic design with more curves and natural elements, but keep it abstract. Continue reading “Organic”
This papercut to screenprint paper technique has me thinking a lot about negative and positive spaces. Perhaps a good metaphor for my attitude, but that’s another story. Continue reading “Negative Space”
More fabric experiments! Over the past few days, as my husband has worked to fix this blog that I broke with a new WordPress theme, I’ve been screenprinting with screens made from papercuts. Continue reading “Experiments”