Sunday, October 21, 2012

Dyeing to Design Class...


I saved some of the black gradations I dyed last week for the class.

I decided to try something abstract this time:



It was therapy sewing just to cut the fabric into strips and

piece it back together again...






I cut the strip set into skinny strips...




I pulled out a design board:


I used the two darkest gradations for the background...





I see trees...





I like the way it looks at an angle.




 Here are the 2 studies I did with the black gradations:


I tend to work with vibrant colors in most of my textiles.

I learned a lot from removing colors from the equation and 

working with only shades of black.


Next is Lesson 2.....Dyeing the Color Wheel

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May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,
LuAnn Kessi


The hum of the sewing machine puts Gunnr to sleep.


4 comments:

Vicki W said...

I like both of these a lot!

Nini And The Sea said...

I love both of these! The abstract "trees" are awesome! Good work on the gradients!!!

Marls said...

They both look great. I can certainly see 'trees'and they look great. Swaying in the wind like our real ones are doing today!

Darcy Berg said...

I like it! I can see some cool possiblities with this.

Darcy Berg