great idea for curtains. the onion skin dyeing is so easy and very satisfying.
Deanna, I agree -- basically no work, no thinking, and no waste. Not necessarily in that order. Sort of a floaty look, too, to fit my June brain!
That just gorgeous Peggy. Onion skins do give such rich color. In Japan I saw lot of indigo dyed curtains and norens. Great idea - Hugs Nat
I love the ethereal soft look of the fabric.Did you see the moon tonight? (Thursday). I was driving home from work and did several double takes of the moon over the lake here...it was RED! Have you ever seen a red moon in June?
your curtains float with aa dreaminess, earthiness, profoundsoftness beyond words...as one with less than an itty-bitty experience dying fabric, i'm amazed with the effect ofthose onion skins! really!perhaps the time has arrived> :* )
Nat, thanks -- I love norens -- walking through a curtain feels wonderful! You've got me thinking, maybe I need some around here...
Marie, oh I wish I could've seen that red moon with you!
Cristina, thank you! Hey, if you use onions and vinegar, then you're set -- cuz I know you've already got the cloth!
Smashing curtains!That moon might have been because of (volcanic? santiago?) ash cloud....am sure I heard them say about it on the radio.Uk covered in blessed rain clouds so I certainly didnt see it....and its wimbledon the tennis tournament next week........traditionally the time it rains anyway in Uk! lol
Thank you, Lyn -- wow, isn't that so amazing about the red moon and Chile and all?Happy rain over there. Wimbledon is a big deal here, too -- aren't we all so connected in about a million ways?
Thank you, Rockisshell--this piece came out pretty nicely. Japan must have been just amazing!!
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