We learned about transferring images using sellotape and what the Blue Peter generation know as sticky backed plastic; we made new fabrics using peeled serviettes; we used solvents and PVA, photocopies and magazine images, and lots of printing and rubbing using transfer paints and crayons.
Wyn telling us just a teeny weeny bit of what she knows
and making our heads explode
Members brought their usual small amounts of equipment...
Note that we also have opportunities for shopping at our venue!
Rachael did some work using stamps, over-layering with sheer fabrics,
and made some labels using the sellotape transfer method
Jo spent the day working with leaf images in shades of umber
Sue L made lots of samples, these show images transferred using wide sellotape and Bondawebbed peeled serviettes
Sue M's mini canvas with transferred printed image,
and emulsioned spatula (as you do)
Mandy was determined to get some stitching done on her fabric
made from peeled serviette which was adhered to cotton
Sue H made some lovely new fabrics from her transferred images
Talented artist Judy drew a free-hand image of a face using transfer crayons
Margaret H transferred some strong images using the sellotape method,
these would look great with some stitching added
Sue K made lots of samples showing all the different techniques
Jane C was finishing off her little felt house
and her Branch Challenge zentangle
Jacqui's transferred images - does that make it a wooden spoon?
Margaret's samples, inclulding a lovely strong sellotaped image
Another busy day for Margaret W!
Jane made some lovely new fabric from peeled serviettes
Davina's transferred images included some illustrations from
Alice in Wonderland
Janice, as usual, produced twice as much work as everyone else!
New member Deborah produced some lovely colourful work
including the stamped piece at the bottom
*If you would like Wyn to come and work you to a frazzle for the day,
you can contact her at email@example.com