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Friday, 17 July 2009

The Big Catch.

I am really looking forward to going to the Thea & Sami studio today as the new fish screen has arrived. See my previous post on positively fishy.



As you can see, the screen is almost as tall as Voyt (husband) and he is no shorty at 179 cm (5' 11") tall. Please excuse the sandal wearing in the middle of our winter but he is Polish.



I will be registering the screen to make sure that the design is printed straight and evenly across the fabric. The most exciting part is always screen-printing a design for the first time. I can't wait to see the fish on the organic cotton fabric!


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13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Not entirely true about the sandals. Recently I've been suffering from an elephant size swelling of my left foot, so that's what's been forcing me to wear sandals. I have to admit, I don't have a valid excuse for my right foot, so let's attribute it to my Polishness and leave it at that.
Voyt

Little Jane St said...

How exciting! Have a fun day printing up a storm:)

Anabel Fournier said...

Cannot wait to see the printed fabric. Who is helping you with the printing?

Sara said...

Wow, that is a huge screen!

Have fun printing! :)

Leonie said...

It looks gorgeous. Can't wait to see your next range.

Kylie said...

Wow! It's massive! Good luck with your first run - I think it's fabulous. :) K

Katy said...

wow - very cool - looking forward to the printing :-)

faithhopeandawholelottalove said...

Fantastic!! fun to see :)

Peta @ Pippiwillow said...

The screen looks awesome Thea I bet the prints will be as divine as the rest of your goodies.
I wish t were warm enough to wear sandals down here in Melbourne (polish or not!).. I hope you enjoy your new creative space. Peta xo

Georgi said...

I would love to hang that screen on my wall! What's the general life span of one of those things? I guess I'll have to make do with a table runner.

Thea said...

The design doesn't come off until you have it chemically stripped off. The only danger is ripping the mesh which had happened to me on a couple of occasions by being careless.

Nikki Cardigan said...

I know that's just the screen, but it's almost gorgeous enough to hang on the wall as art in it's own right Thea!

FAPORT International said...

You have a nice blog!!

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