This month's Printed Fabric Bee theme from Queen Bee Gerrie Congdon was "Geometric." I played around at making different shaped stencils.  I had so much fun making a multilayer stencil last month I decided to create another using circles, which I cut into fourths and then cut some (orange quarter circles) out of one stencil and the others (blue) out of another stencil.
I started with an ice dyed fabric and stenciled in a Navy blue Jacquard textile paint.

 As I went I felt like the Navy was a little dark so I went over the Navy with Turquoise.

 And then went with yellow for the second stencil.
It was a very fun challenge!
If you would like to win a 6" piece of this fabric as well as 6" squares of the other challenge fabrics hop on over to Gerrie's blog or The Printed Fabric Bee blog and leave a comment!


Lynda said…
Lisa, Love it!
Bethany Garner said…
Lisa... the playful stencil of circles quartered, printed and then managed with several colours of paint on your ice dyed piece is wonderful!
Very playful and great that you make your own stencils. Tell us more!
Way cool stencil design!
Lisa said…
Great stencil. I love geometrics!

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