Friday, March 1, 2019

Mono Prints on Large Fabric

Ciao dear ones..
this idea came to me after 
I did the first Mono Printing video..
I kept chewing on the idea

and finally decided to try it after the
last video..
Mono Printing on Fabrics..

this fabric piece is roughly 14 x 21"
large enough to cover my 
current Strathmore Mixed Media Art Journal..

sure I could stitch all the small pieces together to cover my 
but a large piece of fabric covered in mono prints
is just so 


Have a wonderful weekend gentle viewers and readers..
and thank you so much for your most kind remarks 
and comments..
I am woefully behind in answering you, 
but totally grateful in my heart..



Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Beautiful whole cloth print, Cat. Both turned out great, and I really like both pieces. I'll be trying something similar, soon. Thanks for the inspiration.

Dorthe said...

Beautiful, dear Cat, and you inspired me , to play , even though only in a smaller scale . I will post later -
Thank you dearheart for your videos , they are always filled with joy, of many kinds !! Hugs, Dorthe

Joan said...

What kind of fabric did you use? LOVE this method. Joan

Rebecca said...

Thanks -- I love your video tutorials, very fun to watch and inspiring!

froebelsternchen said...


Caterina Giglio said...

Hey Dr. E, so happy you enjoyed the video, and I would have continued to load the cloth with paint, but I get kind of bored with videos that go on and on once I grasp the technique. I personally loved the blue cloth too and would add a lot of Titan Buff to it. I hope you have fun with it and thanks always for watching!! x

Caterina Giglio said...

Hi Dorthe, yes on a smaller scale and you would love all the different textures and prints you can get!! Thank you for watching my friend! Sending big hugs your way!! xoxoxo

Caterina Giglio said...

Hi Joan, I used an old sheet, and I explained about the fabric on my Mono Printing on Fabrics video, this one is the second one in a series. I will have the new one out on the 15th of March. You can use a variety of fabrics, cotton sheeting, muslin even damask. Thanks for watching!!

Caterina Giglio said...

Hi Rebecca, thank you so much for letting me know that you like them... so nice to get validation!!

Caterina Giglio said...

Hi Susi!! THANKS!!

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