Friday, January 22, 2016

on using painted (not dyed) fabric

What do I make with painted scraps of muslin? 
Start with stamping.
I really like this one. Fly free! Live your life!

Here are five I stamped...
Some of the other painted pieces will be stenciled but it's too cold. I need to work outside because of my chemical sensitivities. Or under a chemist's hood. In my dream studio, there is a hood exhaust. 

What will I make with these?? stay tuned!

12 comments:

  1. Neat. I've gone as far as printing on fabric through my printer, but I have not tried dyeing and certainly have not thought of stamping. I'm interested in how these will end up!

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  2. Love the look of the stamped pieces, I have a feeling I am going to dig out my stamps this week.

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  3. Interesting process and the stamping is very cute. I've never done any fabric dyeing except for tie-dyed t-shirts.

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    1. thanks for commenting Sara!
      Just a note to say these are not dyed. They are painted, which is much easier. LeeAnna

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  4. Fun toys! Hopefully the weather will cooperate and let you play outside soon. (Not this weekend, though, from what I hear. Stay safe!)

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  5. And SO much fun! There are SO many ways to use/make art with fabrics painted.I could write a book,so far i have been writing a blog and if i post occasionally, it is because i would rather BE painting! i love to use fabric as a basis for my art. i see prayer flags or flags of hope, word of the year banners because i have a hard time picking just one word... in patchwork,in stitchery, postcards.....stamping and stenciling upon....on and on

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  6. You have the best stamps! Do you use a regular stamp pad like you use for paper or does it need to be something special?

    Stay safe in the storm

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  7. Oh! Cool! I like that bird.......I am into birds right now.

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  8. You always have something new and fun going on over here! As always, I'm looking forward to seeing what you create w/your painted/stamped fabric!

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  9. Love the message and the color of that fabric is just gorgeous! Great job as usual!! Thanks for sharing!

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  10. I was going to do some silk painting and I was wondering what to do with those pieces afterwards. I am intrigued by your stamping and what you will do with them next. The colours in your paintings are so warm and beautiful.

    -Soma

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  11. As always, you are uniquely creative with fabric & paint. You're my hero! ღ

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