Sunday, April 17, 2016

round 2 - full sun

 There's no cover on the deck anymore and it's ablaze today. It might be 70 with light breezes, but I am roasted. A hat would have been smart but the worst is over.

These foundlings have been dashed and dotted with soywax and will probably undergo a second round of dye once this one is over. Some of the over-dyed pieces are going to be smashing. Patience is in order. I've run out of time for this stuff today.

With a nod to my dyemaster, Elizabeth Barton, the dry cloth went straight into the dye, low water style. They'll wallow a while and then I'll bless everything with the soda ash sauce.

My own technique is harder, faster, but all new things considered today, a day of fresh starts in many ways.

3 comments:

  1. so is the BEAUTY FULL SUN golden light in the top pic...is it now in
    the far right tub? And what will that tubbing change about it?????

    I ALWAYS NEED SUN CLOTH

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  2. Leaving stuff to stew in Procion MX? Not much change. Sometimes an intensity if folds remain exposed to air, an effect I like so these will just play as they lay. I'm favoring Big SUN cloths too.

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  3. if it gets torn up....that upper lft corner, with the green/blue...
    if that could go in a fat baggie

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