The first one is the front and the second one is the back depending on which way you want it.
I placed the silk georgette fabric with the predominantly purple colour on the bottom and then lay the wool tops out in a fine layer to form a grid on top this.
I then placed a piece of aqua silk organza over the grid and began the felting process as before.
What happens is that the wool fibres shrink and the two fabrics bubble up between the holes in the grid forming this amazing pattern.
In the next samples I used 4 different coloured wool tops to make the design--the first photo is the front and the next one is the back.
I will make this into a small art quilt .
The back is a piece of cheap indian cotton that was very thin but it already had the tye die pattern on it.
The last piece was placed on a piece of black cotton voille and the wool tops were layered and a fancy wool fibre was laid on top to form a grid and then snippets of hand dyed cotton scrim were scattered on top of this.