24 May 2017

Judith's batiked pieces



These are from our recent playdate. They are hanging on Judith's line at her house "drying" out.






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23 comments:

  1. This book would be a fun one to win! And the batiks are so lovely. We'll be dyeing at my house next week. Can't wait!

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    1. I hope everyone gets their dye pots going and ends with beautiful batiks like these.

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  2. I am absolutely impressed with your work. I'm just waiting to see what's next after painting! Congratulations!

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    1. Yes, Judith did a grewat job so I stole her ideas (smile)

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  3. Really beautiful results with your batik techniques!

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    1. Yes, Judith did a great job!!

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  4. I love the batik in the first picture!

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  5. beautiful clothesline! the book looks wonderful. thanks for sharing.
    jean from maine

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    1. You bet Jean. Where in Maine?

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  7. Love those batiks! The book looks interesting. Must get the dyes out....

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    1. Yes, we have a unique was of removing the wax and dye.

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  8. Beautiful dyeing, and colours

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  9. Fantastic fabrics. It would be wonderful to be driving in Maine and see that "laundry" out on the line. I wonder what Judith's neighbors think.

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  10. Oh, my, I love those little patterns, and how sweet hanging on the line...

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    1. Thanks Rita. We dry them on the line to make dye and wax removal easier.

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