I developed these patterns, dyed fabrics, exposed screens, mixed inks, and printed everything by hand.
The very slight lines were difficult to clean once the screen had been exposed. Dye-based ink was used as it could be diluted to reduce clogging the screen, without bleeding.
It's not weed. It could be, but it was intended to be Japanese maple leaves. This color combination was printed second to the following combination, but is my favorite. The background is dyed a pthalo blue that carries slight variation, while the maple leaves are metallic ink.
A misprint made while testing out color combos. I picked these colors to match my car interior at the time, so I could try making my own seat covers. I ended up dismissing this color scheme as too severe.
This is less a pattern than a heavily textured print. Most of the fabric was monoprinted using plastic sheeting, while the circle was blocked out and printed afterwards.