January 6, 2008

More Painted Fabric

Here are the results of another painting session with Setacolor and salt. The first photo shows the newly painted surface, the second photo shows the dry fabric 4 hours later. I am still experimenting but really like what is happening so far. It's pretty amazing how much variety you can get from four colors of paint!This super bright combination uses Vermillon, Light Green and Buttercup. This piece is approximately 20 x 20".This combination is Light Green, Buttercup and Parma Violet. This measures 22 x 36".This combination is Cobalt Blue, Parma Violet and Vermillon. This piece also measures 22 x 36". My husband and I have designed a super quick and easy technique to stretch the fabric on frames (no more thumb tacks for me). So now I have 2 large frames and 2 small frames. That should keep me out of trouble for a while!

10 comments :

Sue B said...

These are all fabulous! I love the results that you are getting with this technique.

Vicki W said...

Judy, these are all fantastic!

Sandy said...

It's amazing how the fabric changes when it dries. Lovely. Sandy

Nikki said...

These are beautiful and look like so much fun to paint. I love how the process takes over while it dries and produces such beauty.

Susan Italo said...

Yummmmmm
Bring them for show and tell, okay?!

Michele at Sweet Leaf said...

Judy--
These look great!

I'd be interested to learn about your new stretching technique. Sounds hassel free! Please share.

Judi said...

Those look wonderful. What are using in place of thumbtacks?

Dianne said...

Wow!! Loving allof the beautiful, bright colours!

Faith said...

wow I just love how it has all turned out......these will also look fabulous in patchwork and quilted projects, very yummy indeed

MargaretR said...

Wonderful choice of colours Judy. And salt has worked it's magic on them!