So this is gel glue. I was told that it can be used as a resist. Thank you Susan!
I tried drawing little patterns that I am used to.
Here, on that bottom row, I held the glue bottle way up high above the fabric and let it wiggle back and forth in those fascinating lines that honey and gel glue make when gravity or air or something has its silly way with goop.
Sometimes when I sew fabric layers together and my intent is to make a rather stiff quilt, I have used this pattern ... I think that I saw it once called stippling...?
Anyway, these spirals and floweries are all one continuous line. You can imagine how helpful that might be when free machine sewing.
Because the drawing possibilities of the glue were working out so well,
I tried writing!
The "e" here and there would fill in.
One has to use one's very best cursive writing...
And then I painted!
This fabric is one of those white on white patterns - it looks a little gravelly beneath the blue.
But oh my! It turned out quite nicely.
Check out how the words did...
Hmmm... now where shall they go?
I have a plan.