This is a silk crepe de chine scarf, with about three layers of deconstructed screen printing, monoprinting and soy waxing. I think I'll call it Hydrangea.
Here's another monoprinted and soy wax resisted silk crepe de chine scarf:
I am planning to do a bit of foiling on both of the above.
This is a piece of muslin that has three layers of soy wax resist on it. It was a very fun piece to create, and I'm hoping that I have enough fabric to make myself a little sleeveless tank top for these hot summer days.
and this is one of my faves:
I was using a technique that Melanie Testa described in her book: soda soaked fabric with leaves painted on with a tjanting and then dye painted, more dye added with an extruder, monoprinting and finally some crackled soy wax. I really love this piece!
Here is an update on the soy silk fusion piece that I am beading in my spare time.
That's it for today! Hope your day is lovely!