Good grief, what a lot of work! That is just amazing to me.... I'm already looking forward to seeing the indigo :>]]
gawds it's exquisite as it is--the furls and roils and whorls--mm
That is so very awesome!
A labour of love...it's lovely to see all the stitching you do to achieve your wonderful indigo pieces. I look forwrd to seeing the results of all the stitching after the dyeing.Can I ask you what sort of indigo dye you use? I am keen to try indigo dyeing.Jacky.
Can't wait to see what it looks like. I'd like to try this myself. I have a piece of fabric I dyed a pale yellow today. Once I see how yours comes out, I may try stitching it and then overdye it. So many ideas, so little time!
I use pre-reduced indigo dye. I keep a vat going in my studio even in the winter. I am still new at using this kind of dye and love it.
It's beautiful even before the dyeing .....Lorna
I like how you say "laying a spool of thread into" it sounds so gentle and looks so exciting...I really hope to learn more about dyeing in the next, however long.
Goodness, it's beautiful exactly as it is!
ohhhhh yummmmy !!!! can't wait to see it come out of the indigo soup : ) the article in the Quilting Arts magazine last month reeeeallly got my attention, can't wait to try this technique : ) and I did see an add for the pre-reduced indigo dye so I'll probably try that tooo : )happpy "charmeuse" sunday to you Judy : )Blessings, Sandra in AZ
Ohhh this is already looking very cool. So creative Judy...xt
Thank you for taking the time to connect. Much appreciated.xx