Yes! Lynda Heines did for this month’s Printed Fabric Bee Theme. I was drawn to the catacombs of early Christians and various cave images. With those on the brain I did my own take Petroglyph images with the help of Adobe Illustrator. I will admit that it took a couple tries to get a fabric I liked. The first fabric looked like pajamas for some reason. So round two won out.
I thought I’d share an shot of my work table. Nope, not very orderly is it? I’m still organizing the new studio so I usually need to move a few boxes off the work table to get some painting done. But it’s still wonderful to have a big table and area to work in!
Yes, I used a thumb tack to paint on this one. Initial thought was to use a cotton swab. But those were allll the way upstairs so I searched out the next best thing and thumb tack won. It actually worked really well. I know I was surprised.
Next I used some transparent fabric paint to add some extra color. And yes, I used my finger to smudge it about. It worked a lot better than the brush.
Then I got smudgy with the paint all over the fabric to give a more worn effect.
It was a fun project and an interesting challenge. So now it’s your turn to head on over to The Printed Fabric Bee blog or Lynda’s blog and leave a comment for your chance to win your own 6×6 squares of the map fabrics.