Echo-dyeing Style Challenge May

Echo-dyeing  Style Challenge May
AJK, May 20, 2020
SBasic:Keeping Memories, CityScape
Soco: Serendipity
PRD Flaws & All
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    • bellbird
      what a process! i hope you were happy with the result after the work!
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    • Angela Toucan
      beautiful fabrics, wonderful layout
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    • AJK
      @bellbird Uhhh, Ummm, it was an interesting experiment, but honestly, it is a LOT of work, and uses quite a few chemical mixtures-( :thinkso what's up with the "Eco" part of this???) the results depend greatly upon the time of year with the plants/flowers, and serendipity. I prefer a bit more continuity in my art processes. It would be easier just to paint the darn stuff so I will in the future, LOL! But at least I gave this a go.:)
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    • bellbird
      Normal tie dying is a big enough commitment for me! The colour setting & then the first & second washes give me major anxiety - there's a purple patch in our bathtub where DD threw a half wet shirt that she'd tie dyed at bush camp at the start of March when she came home, it will serve as a reminder to me for a very long time!
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    • AJK
      @bellbird I think tie-dyeing or painting with dye is much more fun than eco-printing and results are more reliable. Plus, it really reeks during the hours of steaming!!
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    • AnneofAlamo
      we did this in girl scouts years ago....dandelions....so long ago, I remember they smelled! lol, but I think your results are way better! fun to play! Thank you so much for playing along with me this month!
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