I have been trying to find a good surface on which to do more fabric printing. The best combination so far for home-based, restricted space, seems to be the broad ironing board, with 4 layers of blanket, and a layer of calico. Yesterday's experiments were more roses on the blue dyed cloth with Liquitex fabric paint ( applied to the stamp with a brayer) in two blues and a mixed purple. Good transparency with these and the hand of the fabric hasn't changed much. Good wash-resistance as well, tested this morning.
I then got very improvisational and rolled the remaining paint, diluted with water, from the brayer onto unpinned cloth on the printing surface. I like how industrial this looks.
I'm going to use this bit in a journal quilt.
Today's sunshine is a welcome contrast to the sky earlier this week.