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before and after

In this post, I am sharing with you a two-step process using a plain silk fabric that was first dyed blue in indigo vat dye; and then contact printed the dyed fabric with plant materials to create an interesting design … Continue reading

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paper prints on river rocks

River rocks make a great base for steaming if you ran out of steaming tray. That was what I did when I couldn’t find my steaming trays. An idea came to mind, when I saw a bucket of rocks that … Continue reading

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a tisket, a tasket, what’s in my basket

With luck, I spotted this gigantic of an Australian pine tree by the roadside near a small stream. The tree has thin and wispy branches and leaves that are no more than scales on the surface. It is commonly known … Continue reading

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castor bean plant

For the past few months, I have been driving past a plant while on the way to work, that for no particular reason caught my attention.  Then just a week or so ago, I read on Irit’s blog a post … Continue reading

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