I've been sharing my process for this particular piece. I began with white fabric that I painted with Setacolor Paints, followed by block printing.
I'd painted both broadcloth and cheesecloth at the same time by placing the cheesecloth on top of the broadcloth. I attached Mistyfuse to the cheesecloth, then cut it in jagged strips that I fused to the broadcloth.
Above is an image of the entire 3 x 4' piece. The screens are all petroglyph pictures I have taken in my travels. These are all from Painted Desert National Park in Arizona and Valley of Fire in Nevada.
I used a combination of Speedball Fabric Ink, Setacolor Opaque paint, and Jacquard Lumiere Fabric Paint to achieve the color variation and depth you see in this piece.
I originally thought this might be a single whole cloth piece. I am now thinking it might be better as several smaller pieces, perhaps with a contrasting background and embellishments.