Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Cloth samples from Kerr Grabowski workshop

silk/soy cloth with multiple processes of thickened dye

disposable facial washcloth, printed from 3 directions

cotton broadcloth that was pinned beneath the facial cloths during printing

silk broad cloth

These are lengths of cloth that were started during the 3-day Kerr workshop.  The cloth in the top image was later printed with both a soy-wax resist silkscreen and a thermofax screen.  Still unfinished, these pieces of cloth have a lot of potential.  What will happen next?  Stay tuned...


  1. Can't wait to see what you do with these, Leslie!

  2. Thanks! I kind of wonder what will happen, myself! Ha ha!

  3. I think the washcloths are really interesting, the effects they have - love the texture. Looks like an amazing workshop!

  4. I'm pretty enthused about dyeing these washcloths. The unexpected surprise was the effect of printing over another piece of cloth. I love what happened!


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