We pinned material over the top of a box. As you stamp on the material with different items, the interior of the box catches the wax drippings. We used various objects to mark the fabric such as: paint brushes, vegetable stamps, cardboard shapes, and potato mashers.
This was my favorite shape to use. It is a strip of cardboard that was taped together to make a square.
After applying the wax, the fabric is placed in a dye bath.
The next day during the lunch break, I went back to pick up my fabric pieces at the church. I am not sure why, but it looks like there are purple splashes on this blue fabric. The fabric squares were still a bit wet, so I will post a picture of all the pieces when I get back home.
Day3 is Machine Sewing on a Home Machine with Elizabeth Hartman.