Try color block mono-printing! Use my favorite mono-printing plate material, 4 ml painters plastic, thick acrylic paint and paper or fine textured cloth.
Try wrinkled cloth
or ironed cloth
mono-printing over ironed cloth gives an almost exact replica of the plate - but allowing for variation is half the fun
mono-printing over textured cloth, allows the wrinkles to create a secondary texture
wrinkled cloth after it is ironed
same colors mono-printed onto a different color background- in this case a purple T-shirt
spray the plate lightly with water & ghost print on paper too
use the paper to write with a simple nozzles scribble
then use the paper as the plate to mono-print
continue mono-printing with color blocks to create your own original painted fabric!
more this summer at my Media Mix Workshop at Peter's Valley in NJ