Created by: Tana Doss
Project

Orange Slice and retro flowers

What are you most proud of? The finished pieces of fabric were really close to my "vision." What advice would you give someone starting this project? Be patient with the discharge. I started the process after almost 8 hours of non-stop dyeing so it the discharged piece might not be as light as it could be.

You Can Make This

Tana Doss made Orange Slice and retro flowers with:

Fabric Patterning with Wax Resist

Online Class

Fabric Patterning with Wax Resist

with Malka Dubrawsky

  • wax
  • pima cotton
  • fiber reactive dyes

Project Description

What are you most proud of? The finished pieces of fabric were really close to my "vision." What advice would you give someone starting this project? Be patient with the discharge. I started the process after almost 8 hours of non-stop dyeing so it the discharged piece might not be as light as it could be.

Q&A with Tana Doss

vibrantc1010169 asked:
Tana, Your flowers are lovely. How did you make them? Was the original fabric yellow in color or some other color? Jan Schmidt
Tana Doss answered:
Thanks! The flowers were really fun. I was practicing on controling the waxing tools. Centers were made with a potato stamp. Original fabric was white pima cotton which I dyed, waxed and over dyed.

Skill Level

Intermediate

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