print, dye, stitch

so here I am exploring the possibilities of the grid: dyeing, printing, stitching, tearing, cutting, colours or black&white...

the square blocking with squares of stamped colour


 perhaps things get too busy, just tear off bits and add others:

...and thus the hare finds himself in a moonlit landscape....

have not forgotton I'm also stitching


boat piece sailing along


colourful back
unstitching and cutting away, pinpoints remain
above='front'  below='back'
here too more beads are required at the meeting points

'sommerhus' revisited: blue beads on meeting points, bringing it within the grid

up close the tile-back-print resembles a beast

that's all for now folks, more on black and white tomorrow


Nancy said…
Wow! I absolutely love this new direction of yours!!! This work is fantastic.
Valerianna said…
A rich pot of inpsiration here... wonderful.
Saskia said…
Nancy: wow thanks to you; your support as always is very and truly appreciated!!

Valerianna: oh it is all exciting
jude said…
you are really going now , yes? does your printing stiffen the cloth?
Saskia said…
Jude: very much so and yes the printing does stiffen the cloth, depending on how thick the paint is....hmmm, I've just thought that if it bothered me I could crumple it and see if that helps?!
Doris Perlhuhn said…
I´m really fascinated, cannot say more.
Saskia said…
hi Doris: thank you and welcome, your kind comment is quite enough;-)
these are GREAT!!!! all of them
i am in AWE!
Saskia said…
hello there Grace, thanks, I wonder now if being in awe would make you an awesome person;-)
Velma Bolyard said…
looks like good discovering here!
Saskia said…
thanks Velma, it's all coming together



Popular Posts