I’ll have to wait and see whether they’re selected or not
While I was away on holiday last week I got rather a lot of work done. Maybe that was partly a result of having no internet access! I’ve been working with samples and leftover bits and pieces from my natural dyeing experiments over the last few months along with a new batch I dyed just before going away. I took the newly dyed batch with me to dry out slowly on the wooden porch.
I have rough grids and squares and little units, which I’ve brought together to make little assemblages. Some pieces have squares of wool felt that have been clamped and dyed in the same way as the paper. The dye on some is so dark (aided by the metal in the clamps) that they look charred. There are also rust marks from the clamps that merge with the onion skin colour.