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September 25, 2013



Could the big leaves be a type of melon? Did you have melon on the deck this summer? Spit the seeds over the side? (I would have)
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That is way cool!

Deb Levy

Great prints! Pretty cool looking weeds too!


Great prints - those are some big leaves :)


That looks really cool - have to try that :)


great leaves! ??? The technique is good and your technique wonderful. Lots of possibilities with this. BTW, got my fabric order and it was a bright spot in dreary week! :)

Sharon L.

I love the use of the leaves to print your fabric. The leaves look similar to that of mulberry tree leaves. I enjoy looking at different techniques that can be used.

Mary Anne

Sorry, don't have a clue what kind of plant that is, but hollyhock is coming to mind. I'm not a plant expert, so don't hold me to it!

Debbie St. Germain

We get large leaves out of nowhere too, usually it is a squash or pumpkin that grew on it's own, lol. I love the green, but green is my favorite color;)


Marty Mason

Love this process Vicki...a must try as soon as I can get out to my weed patch!


Your timing for this is perfect. Do I ever have a crop of weeds going in my backyard! I was going to get out there this weekend and wack and mow, but now I will have to pick some of the weed leaves first. Your prints are beautiful! I will have to give this a try.

terri stegmiller

Love these leaf prints! The reds, greens and pinks look wonderful together.

Judy Rys

Those leaves sort of looks like they belong to a cucumber plant. Your prints turned out great.

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