I withdrew threads from fabric to form a grid, then held the fabric firmly and dipped it into the vat to form a sheet of paper on top.
A grid was placed onto kitchen cloth, then strips of pulp were place around the edges, trapping the loose withdrawn threads.
A fabric grid was placed onto a sheet of pulp, then thin strips of pulp were layed over the top.
As above but using strips of pasterers scrim.
Loose threads were placed onto a kitchen cloth, then a sheet of pulp was layed over the top.
Loose threads were layered on top of a sheet of pulp. then thin strips of pulp were layed around the edges.
A loosely stitched grid was placed onto a sheet of pulp, then thin strips of pulp were placed around the edg to anchor the edges of the fabric.
A wire frame was wrapped with threads, then dipped in a pulp vat.
A metal grid dipped into pulp.
'threads' withdrawn from a metal mesh, then dipped into pulp.
Sequin waste dipped into pulp.
Plastic canvas grid dipped into pulp.
A wire frame wrapped with threads and dipped into pulp.
Nylon fruit netting stretched across a wire frame and dipped into pulp.