I do believe I just may have some useful stuff to stack in the fabric shelves!
I laid out fabric and paint on my large cutting table. I kinda had a few thoughts but not a real plan.
I started laying down masks and stencils and sprayed away in various areas.
Then I began to add the stamps. I saw that I wanted the stamps and even the stencils under the spray drift and I also quickly realized I did better on the large pieces of fabric. So I went back and did the areas that had been covered by smaller chunks of cloth.
I let the first attempt dry and repositioned the white cotton fabric and began to lay down the larger motifs in an all over way to get good random coverage. Then I misted this with water and did some spraying.
This is the earlier attempt and was necessary so I could begin to figure what works best for me. The stamps are definitely better with two layers of foam. I have several questions that I will need to find some answers for. Should I work dry or wet is an important one.
This is the whole piece of white cotton. I had started on the far right side. Then I removed the overlapping fabric for the off centred section. The near left side is the last bit of experimenting that I did.
Now if this is the kind of fabric I would use for something like borders what would supporting fabrics look like? What if I did some small pieces of fabric for the actual blocks themselves? hmmmm