Like my last post, this one is also related to episode 66, "In Which We Go on Retreat," of my podcast series. In that episode I described the class we had in dyeing fabric. What a hoot!
That being said, parts of the stripes look like a reflection on a calm lake...so I can easily see some fussy-cut-utility here.
I heart this one. Blues, greens, and lots of white space.
Didn't work so well because my fabric really wanted to come unwrapped when I scrunched it down the PVC pipe. I like the colors and it's still a very usable result, but I wanted a more distinct pattern...
I believe I just wadded this one up randomly and wrapped rubber bands around it at a variety of angles.
No idea how I did this. Wish I could remember because it's a look I'd love to replicate in other colors. It's a mix of teal and plum. (The center looks bright white in this picture--it's actually more of a very, very soft teal.)
I had a blast dying fabric. So much so that I've promised myself I'm not going to buy any of the supplies to do more until I've used at least a few of these pieces in a project.
So I guess that means I have to get to work!