Now that I finished drying out the second round of kombucha fabric, I’ve started thinking about what to make with it. I want to end up with a light display-what form that takes is still TBD. Much like rice paper, the dried fabric is translucent and bendable. It also has a tough quality, similar to leather, that allows it to be stretched and manipulated.
I’ll attempt dye first since I’ve had a packet of indigo sitting around forever. But after doing some research, I realized I shouldn’t limit myself to that alone. There are people doing all sorts of stuff with it. I could embellish, cut, sew, or print. Take a look at the contrast of this rust-printed fabric. The possibilities!