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Thanks ya'll..............the sheen definitely accentuates the softness of the design..............It has more "yellow/gold" to the print than the monitor reveals in the digital design. The gold and the sheen in combination lends itself to a bit of liquid gold. I like the effect. It was fun to alter into this direction. Fractals lend themselves well into compositional pieces. I love working with them for that pleasure.
Posted almost 5 years ago.
That's a stunning scarf, Joan.
This is so beautiful printed in full scale on the silk! Such a fluid design on such a fluid fabric....
I would not have believed that the two pictures were of the same fabric design - I had to look really hard to convince myself of this, the difference is quite amazing. I can see why you enjoy playing with fractals when pay-offs like this can be achieved.
I've change the scale of this design and added a border, then ordered it printed to the cotton/silk blend. It is just under a yard in size.
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This is a fat quarter in cotton sateen. It reminds me of a pillow sham. The cotton sateen soaked up the ink and turned out a richness to the pattern.
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Posted over 5 years ago.
I am hoping to get the time to work toward more
"compostional" pieces. In the past I've worked the fractals into
pieces that would stand alone as "wall hanging" compositions.
I would like to get back to that point. I've been in the process of
teaching myself how to "repeat" these adequately and moved away "temporarily" from the compositional designs.
Per your suggestion, Pamela, I will probably continue
refining this one since there's a good "skeleton" to the fractal.
(I have a child with seizures and disability, so I do what I can
(artistically) when I can..........it is great therapy.
I am in love with this fractal, but I'm not wild about mirrored repeats. Have you thought about working the edges so you can do a regular repeat?
I have gotten the proof in the mail. The browns look very rich on the cotton sateen. I need to get the sample fabrics photographed and loaded. I did order a fat quarter of the silk in this and it has a softness to the design in the silk as compared to the crisp look of the design on the cotton sateen. The
print in the sateen reminds me of a pillow sham.
This would be a beautiful scarf!
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