My options were:
*Block printing (curve a stamp)
*Gocco screen printing (I purchased a Gocco printer more then a year ago and still didn't find COURAGE to print something with it yet *BLUSHING*)
So I curved the stamp and used Riso cloth ink (which I purchased after I purchased the Gocco printer) and I tried to print on fabric. I missed rubber brayer and palette to apply the ink better, but in general I'm quite satisfied with the result. I find something magic in printing, so I was very excited and enjoyed a ton "leaving my trace" on fabric.
Some ironing and labels are ready to be sewn. Do you see this tiny yellow flower? - It's my son's "signs of attention" :)
Also, I made some stitches on the cotton ribbon and I found they looked awesome, so I decided to add these stitched labels on the inside side of the scarves as well.
So here they are! How do you find them? ;)
And here is a new scarf, ready to embrace and warm somebody's neck :)
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