Twice cooked fabric

$AUD 20.00

The creation of the indigo over ice-dyed panels is a multi-stage process that produces excellent complex patterns on the fabric.

Each piece starts as white fabric, goes into the bucket to ice-dye. It is then rinsed, dried and folded. Some use acrylic templates, and some are tied with string and chopsticks. Then they are dipped in indigo for 8 – 10 dips before being rinsed and dried. This process takes several days.

The pieces can be used as centre panels or cut up for piecing. Truly a unique product, great to add that extra interest to your project.

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Description

“Twice cooked” refers to using two very different dyeing processes in creating the panel.

View the panels in the gallery below. To add an item to your shopping cart, note the panel number in the top right-hand corner and use that number in the “Select a panel” drop-down list.

 

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