This post concludes my blogging about my "Dye Happy" class at Cherry Tree Quilts in Summerland, British Columbia. My second fabric line with Northcott is coming along and I have a date with Electric Quilt this coming week to design my second pattern. This is a post about various other ways we used colour on cloth.
Joan and her 12 step colourwheel:
Sue and her two colour run (yellow to red):
A two colour run from fuschia to turquoise:
A two colour run from dark green to grass green:
Diana's value gradation:
Barb's scrunch dyed multi-colour fabric:
Eileen's flour paste resists:
More flour paste resists:
Marilyn's flour paste resist looks a little landscape-like.
Denise's flour paste resist ... perfect for old walls.
Eileen's soy wax batik:
Denise's hand-painted soy wax batik:
Students worked on a painting using thickened dyes on the last day. This is Sue's:
The entire "Dye Happy" class, each holding a piece of their work.
Timmy-Jeanne and I with her painting of crotons.
This is what the world outside our classroom would have seen!
There are always so many photos to share after a dyeing class. I hope you have enjoyed the inspiration. I shall be immersing myself in Electric Quilt 7 now. Wish me luck!
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