I like weird fabrics, prints, lots of texture for printing, there is nothing I won't try.
This picture from our garden was printed on 2 fabrics layered together and run through the printer at the same time.
I used a lace layered over a thin China silk - layering 2 thin fabrics together to run through the printer. I was using 1 thin fabric and so much of the ink was deposited on the paper backing. I tried it and it worked great - two for the price of one!
The print came out really clear and wonderful color
and when I pulled the 2 layers apart, I really loved the results.
So here is what the lace looked like.
and the China silk - like a positive-negative kind of thing.
I found this wonderful textured fabric with tiny little creases. I thought it would add some extra texture to the print. I chose a picture that would lend itself to texture, one with rocks.
Prepared the fabric you see below.
And here is the print. I really liked the additional texture the fabric gave to the print.
The next print used a photo I took and changed into a Sepia print.
I printed on a sheer fabric. It was interesting as the print in the sheer played into the overall look.
The next fabric was a drapery fabric with an interesting and fairly quiet print. I chose a picture, very organic in nature to print on top as I thought it would work with the fabric.