Under the glass, out in the sun.
finished print after rinsing and drying
This one was done on treated magenta fabric
This mornings experiment was done the same way, except I wanted to see what it would look like with even shorter time. I forgot to take a picture of it under glass, but here's how it looks now. It was cooler this morning than yesterday afternoon so it didn't dry out as fast.
The three that I've got out in the sun are looking pretty good, but I'm going to be patient and wait. I may add more water if they dry out. It's hot, breezy and low humidity so it's hard to keep things damp.
This one is on green pretreated fabric.
This one I sprayed the water directly on the fabric.
This one is on turquoise pretreated fabric.
I'll show you what happens in the next post. You can see more on Instagram at #wetcyan.
I've sewn together the hand dyed fabrics that were over dyed with indigo and am trying to decide how to quilt it.
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