I finished the birds on the placemats from the other night. Yay! I love the way they came out. I printed the napkins to match. Brooklyn Doves. Put up a few dyepots with the leftover white v-necks.
The birds are just gorgeous. The colours remind me of toile. Did you draw them yourself?
oh no that is from some vintage print I collected years ago! Thanks, I’m so glad you like it!
I’m sure it must appreciate getting a new life! I hope that when I am vintage someone will print me on pretty napkins.
Very nice. Good idea to have them facing out instead of cooing to each other.Opens up the composition.
Thank you Martha. Glad you like them!
I love the birds on music!!! Brilliant!! And the t-shirts, you are in full production mode! That is the one problem with stitching….it takes too long.
Thanks Penny! I have so many projects going right now. I love stitching, though I’m not very good yet. But that’s ok practice practice! lol
Wow! I was waiting to see how these turned out. Love them. I want to be able to do this. I will just have to watch with a very green eye!!! Thank you Marjorie for sharing.
Regards Florence xx
Thank you Florence! Screenprinting is fun! You would be a natural at it I’m sure.
What colourful T-shorts to add to your wardrobe. I am curious as to how you printed your napkins….using a Thermofax screen perhaps? Very nice indeed.
Hi Pamela I printed my napkins the old fashioned way with a traditional silkscreen and photo emulsion. Been at it for about 40 (shit really?) yes 40 years!
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