Wednesday, August 31, 2005

can this fabric be saved?

Here's the story: I starated this last night but got called away for an emergency, so I'm back with the rest of the tale. This is a piece of Helene Davis' hand-dyed fabric that really didn't fit into my palette. Since I"ve been batiking, I decided to experiment on this piece which wasn't my favorite color, to see what else I could do with it. Stay tuned.

6 comments:

Mary said...

No. Absolutely not. It's hopeless. Just send it to me and I'll get rid of it for you ;-)

Rayna said...

Stay tuned.

Sonji Hunt said...

All fabric can be saved Rayna. You are such a tease. I admire that.

mary m. said...

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.

Raspberry sorbet

Debra said...

Rayna,

if anyone can save this piece, it's you. I love to watch your work...

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