|Jennifer holds a wildly patterned and pleated polyester|
fabric commercially dyed with disperse dyes.
|President Jeanne Emery holds the|
disperse dyed/printed transfer paper
while Jennifer holds the printed fabric.
|The "holey" red transfer paper was printed onto white poly.|
The red holes were then randomly placed on the fabric and
a blue transfer paper was printed over the red holes. The
holes were then moved and blue paper printed again, and again.
|Crayon rubbings on paper (will then be printed on fabric).|
|Printed and painted paper before printing on fabric.|
|The 9 colors that were available: magenta, orange, red,|
yellow, blue, purple/violet, turquoise, mixed greens, black.
|Pris Lynch showed us her fused fabric landscape pieces,|
which all fit into a fabric book. Gorgeous work!
|Pris Lynch also showed us this tapestry woven self-|
portrait she did. She suggested we consider doing self-
portraits as our MLH guild exhibit theme.
|Arlene Tiemeyer wove this leash band.|
|Jeanne Emery knit her cowl scarf,|
shortening it from the pattern so it didn't
hang down in front but just wrapped
around her neck and secured with a button.
BELOW ARE OUR FAVORITE PIECES FROM THE SDA SWATCH COLLECTION B.
|Kathy DeRock, Belgium|
Disperse dyed sheer polyester