Further Fabric Development
Following on from the beginning stages of my project, I have continued to experiment further with stitch and print techniques. This has enabled me to create a variety of designs that will aid me when leading onto putting together my final collection of fabrics and wallpapers for a home interior. Below I have included a selection of screen printed and digitally printed fabrics. I will include images of my paper developments within my next post.
|Screen printed design using stencils, I printed with an exposed screen to create the texture.|
|Leaves design screen printed using stencils. This was time consuming to both cut and print, but the overall outcome makes the time spent worth while.|
|Geometric design screen printed using stencils, I was pleased with quite how crisp this design printed due to the 'dainty' nature of the cut stencil.|
|Branches design screen printed using stencils, the scribbled areas were printed using an exposed screen.|
|Design inspired by pine trees, screen printed using stencils. The stencils for this print were very time consuming and fiddly to cut, therefore I have considered having this design digitally printed at a later date.|
|This is a design inspired by bark that I have had digitally printed onto cotton drill fabric. I was pleased with the outcome and therefore intend to take this onto my final collection.|
|A screen printed repeat design of a 'stylised' tree using stencils.|
|Geometric design inspired by electricity pylons, screen printed using stencils and an exposed screen was printed with to create the texture.|
|Design inspired by both bark and electricity pylons, printed using hand cut stencils.|
Stay tuned for further paper developments including screen print and handstitch.
Thanks for reading.