Back to a Cyanotype Print

It’s time to start something new. I’m auditioning fabrics for possible use with a cyanotype print I did last year.

Franki Kohler, Auditioning fabric

I shared the original printing of the oakleaf hydrangea here and the learning experience that came shortly after here. There is only one commercial fabric in what I pulled (fabrics on the right). Most have been created by me; the remaining are hand made by other fabric artists. I don’t have a specific plan right now — I’ll just have to start putting fabric on the wall and see what happens.

14 replies
    • Franki Kohler
      Franki Kohler says:

      I can’t wait to use that fabric! It’s a beautiful wax batik from Ghana that I bought in Santa Fe. I promised the woman I bought it from that I’d share a photo with her when I use it.

  1. Franki M.
    Franki M. says:

    I love the orange w/blue & the yellow w/orange dots! I know you’ll select the perfect one:)

  2. Loretta Armstrong
    Loretta Armstrong says:

    I’m looking forward to this project as a cyanotype print tutorial! I’m purchasing a small supply from Blueprints on Fabric. When this arrives, the adventure begins. Thank you.

    • Franki Kohler
      Franki Kohler says:

      Oh Loretta, clear your calendar and get ready for fun. I buy all my pre-treated fabric from Blueprints on Fabric. You’ll be happy with the fabric and the customer service. Get back in touch to let me know how it goes.

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