Anyway, I always appreciate reading Judi Hurwitt's Approachable Art blog and in this post we got a two-fer (is that how you spell it when you get 2 for the price of 1?). First she talks about her experiments with Citra-Solv Concentrate and a new paper product called Sheer Heaven. Now, I warn you, this is all paper collage and not fabric. In fact she tried the transfer technique on fabric and called it a complete faillure. But I found the technique interesting and, like Judi, thinks it calls for more experimenting on fabric.
Here is a picture of some hand dyed fabric with some Citra-Solv transfers of leaf skeletons I made. I think my next step will be to print colored leafs on organza that I will place over it. I am hoping for a bit of a shadow effect.
The second half of her post shows off some silk she has dyed. It is yummy! I haven't had time to do much in the way of dyeing but I did finally receive some used sari silks I had ordered over E-bay. Here are some pictures. I am not sure that I will do with it yet, but my brain is working on it. I am open to suggestions!