Sunday, May 23, 2010

Screen printing on fabric with a hand-cut stencil and dye paste

The stencil and the part I cut out. I cut these from heavyweight stencil film.

First prints using a silk screen with dye paste.

I liked it so much that I grabbed a pile of fabric, gave it a quick soak with soda ash and kept at it.

A print printed off of the print. (say that 5 times really fast)
I was a little heavy-handed with the dye, so I pulled some ghost prints.

Another panel

Using a brayer to take the ghost print with a second piece of fabric.


8 comments:

pcoxdesign said...

Beautiful! I understand your addiction

Judi said...

beautiful pieces! question doesn't the fabric need to be dry to print on without it running? I'm new at this and can use all the help I can get. thanks

Vicki W said...

What fun and you have some great prints!

Approachable Art said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous... I love the tree screen, too.

ann said...

Hi Giesla,
I too am getting hooked on this stuff. However, I am doing one tiny piece at a time. I need to take an example from you and Gloria and start making a bunch.
Have fun! ann

Dale Anne Potter said...

FABULOUS prints!!!
Trees are a favourite of mine as well.

Quilt or Dye said...

Lovely work!

Quilt or Dye said...

Very NICE!