For Samples 1 to 5 I used the grids shown in the first image of my latest post, for Samples 6 to 10 the grids are those from the second one.
Some samples are shown from front and back, meaning by front the side on which paper pulp is applied, others only from what I believe is their better side, but of course this could change with the addition of stitching later.
This is some green lining slit and slashed, with paper pulp applied to the back
This grid was prepared by cutting holes and withdrawing threads from a self-dyed fabric, greenish paper pulp was laid down in strips
|Sample 3 - back|
|Sample 3 - front|
These are two plastic fruit nets partially fused using an iron and then dumped in the paper vat
|Sample 4 - back|
|Sample 5 - back|
|Sample 5 - front|
The grid is a cheap floor-cloth with threads displaced. I think the back looks more interesting than the front but who knows what will happen to it in due time ...
Lining with paper pulp peeking through holes from front to back
|Sample 7 - back|
|Sample 7 - front|
Metal mosquito net distressed and slashed in places
I used a combination of grids for this sample, a green papery one and a self-dyed with square holes. The paper pulp binds them together
Plastic mosquito net with letters cut plus a very thin paper layer