Block and Bleach | Denim Diary - 2

  • This technique requires light weight to medium weight fabrics to work on. To get better contract you can pick dark blue shades of denims, or to remain subtle, one can select medium color denim fabric. 
  • The idea involved here is to study the effect of reactive dye on denims. To make it look more vintage, the use of colors play a very important role here.This technique requires light weight to medium weight fabrics to work on. To get better contract you can pick ice blue shades of denims, clubbed up with contrast- ing deep reactive dyes. 
  • One can never forget to use this technique as its the most used USP of the denim product.The technique requires light weight to medium weight fabrics to work on. To get better contract you can pick dark blue shades of denims, or to remain subtle, one can select medium color denim fabric. 
  • Tints have undoubtedly been the most beautiful effects on denims. To beautify it further, the usage of Indian blocks gave it an indo-western look. This technique requires light weight to medium weight fabrics to work on. To get better contract you can pick dark blue shades of denims, or to remain subtle, one can select medium color denim fabric. 
  • The mingled blue
    The story where mistakes make beautiful discoveries. Yes, my idea was the simply block print the fabric, but bleach had its own fate, the more time I took to finish my blocks, the ligher the color grew in blue, giving me a very unsettled and even block patchs every where. To rectify further, I did ombre of bleach, a very risky one, yet I had to put my step further. And here it is a very subtle mingled effect, though I had to tint it later, but the look simply speaks - mingle !