In the image below, the water screen was printed twice with discharge. The first time was with a wedgewood blue color, which was hard to see. The second time was with a plain discharge, so it was just taking color out, not replacing it with another color. That provided a more visible texture. If you're not familiar with discharge, it is a process for taking color out of fabric. It can be done with bleach or products containing bleach, but does require something to stop the bleaching process, such as Anti-Chlor. For this piece, I used deColourant discharge paste - it is made in plain and colored versions. I like this product because it has a less offensive odor (more citrusy) and doesn't require the stop-action product. It does require heat (ironing) to complete the discharge process.
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