I am excited that sales has been picking up at the gallery these past few months. My eco dyed silk scarves are selling and the gallery director suggested that I bring in more scarves. I am pleased that some of my customers even brought their friends to the gallery to buy my scarves.
Last weekend I spent the afternoon dyeing more scarves in the shed outside the garden. While sorting through some of the boxes where I kept my leftover plant materials, I found some of them had decayed and turned moldy. I felt bad that I had to threw them out, but kept a few leaves for a little experiment that I have in mind. I am curious to know if it prints and the outcome of the result. Following are pictures, I love to share.
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