The piece below (and detail) is a print of a fallen oak branch onto a cotton/silk blend. The fabric has an inherent crinkle to it and has a soft but textured feel. The colour is quite light because it the fabric has not absorbed as much of the cyanotype chemicals, possibly because I forget to wash the fabric before using it.
The print of ferns (below and detail) was really successful, with a crisp clear print and a deep blue colour on the cotton fabric. I lightly pinned the fabric and the ferns directly onto the woodland path. The rough brush marks at the edges are from the application of the cyanotype chemicals and give a handmade and individual look to the piece.