|Drying the newly washed dye samples|
As promised last time, here are the photos of the dried samples. These first two photos show everything drying on my washing line.
|Persian berries sample|
|Rhubarb root sample|
Such an exciting process. The last photo shows my favourite - Japanese Indigo. This is a piece of silk and I love it because of the various colours. Some red has leached onto it, but I think it makes it such a really interesting piece of fabric.
I really don't know what I shall with these samples. They are quite small, but I expect most will end up being used one day.
|The experimental dress|
(I should note here that, at the time of writing this, the Blog post mentioned above has not been added to the Cloth Paper Scissors website. Hopefully it will be added later. I found it well worth reading.)
Cherie Haas might have been talking just to me, the dithering, prevaricating me. I really felt encouraged by her words. I just need to clear a space to get the printing done. Sadly it will have to wait until the next project has been completed.