Experiment number two started with some transfer printed satin.
To keep the fabric from moving around too much I stitched this sample in a hoop. I'm not a big fan of stitching in the hoop. I know it serves a purpose, I just find it a bit cumbersome.
The finished piece looks like this .......
Again I like how it turned out. I do like how the colours sing out against the white background, they look really fresh and vibrant. The one thing that I don't like so much is the effect of the stitching gets lost a bit on top of some of the printed sections. I stuck with the same threads that I picked out when working the first piece on the black, and this might have been a mistake, particularly in the orange and yellow sections. The thread is such a close match to the paint colour that the pattern of the stitching really doesn't stand out .... and that was one of the things that I loved about the first sample.
Here are the two samples laid out side by side. I have one more idea to play with, I hope that by stitching again on a white felt background I'll be able to combine the things that I love about these two samples and combat the things that I'm not so keen on.