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Screen Printing at Home Print Your Own Fabric to Make Simple Sewn

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Printing on Fabric

Printing on Fabric Author Jen Swearington
ISBN-10 1454703946
Release 2013
Pages 160
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Provides an accessible guide to hand-printing fabric, and includes tips on translating design ideas into prints, the different modes of transfer, and how to use effective color combinations.



Create Your Own Hand Printed Cloth

Create Your Own Hand Printed Cloth Author Rayna Gillman
ISBN-10 9781607052876
Release 2010-11-05
Pages 96
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Fun, Foolproof Ways to Create Your Own One-of-a-Kind Fabric. Discover 8 can't-miss techniques for creating one-of-a-kind cloth for quilts or wearables. Produce fascinating effects with objects you find at home or in the hardware store. Print original fabric with no rules, no limits — explore the endless possibilities! Use these techniques on cotton, silk, or rayon. Discover your inner artist - and put your junk drawer to good use - in this practical guide to the exciting world of surface design. Learn 8 easy techniques: stamping, stenciling, random screenprinting, gelatin plate printing, deconstructed screenprinting, discharge printing, soy wax batik, and making rubbings. Then jump right in and start making your own gorgeous fabric!



A Field Guide to Fabric Design

A Field Guide to Fabric Design Author Kim Kight
ISBN-10 1607056186
Release 2011-11-16
Pages 160
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If you have ever dreamed of showing your designs on fabric, textile aficionado Kim Kight, of popular blog True Up, is here to teach you how. Comprehensive and refreshingly straightforward, this impressive volume features two main parts. First, the Design and Color section explains the basics with step-by-step tutorials on creating repeating patterns both by hand and on the computer. Next, the Printing section guides you through transferring those designs on fabric-whether it's block printing, screen printing, digital printing or licensing to a fabric company-and how to determine the best method for you.



Printing by Hand

Printing by Hand Author Lena Corwin
ISBN-10 1584796723
Release 2008-08-01
Pages 144
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A talented designer explains how to create a wide variety of unusual and innovative hand-printed fabrics, furnishings, accessories, and paper crafts by using stencils, master stamps, and screen printing, using step-by-step instructions to teach crafters the fundamentals of hand printing and offering an array of ingenious projects, from screen-printed bed linens to stationery.



Sew Charming

Sew Charming Author Cath Derksema
ISBN-10 0307586596
Release 2010
Pages 168
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Simple, contemporary sewing projects that require little skill, ranging from children's toys to napery, cushions, decorations, bedlinen, bags and simple items of clothing such as shorts and aprons. Presents projects in room-by-room themes.



The Spoonflower Handbook

The Spoonflower Handbook Author Stephen Fraser
ISBN-10 9781613129852
Release 2015-09-01
Pages 208
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Designing fabric, wallpaper, and gift wrap used to be the stuff of dreams. Only a few select creatives got to do it, and it required formal training and significant financial investment. But times have changed, and today anyone with a computer, Internet connection, and idea can upload a file and order their own fabric or paper, printed affordably one yard or more at a time. At the forefront of this revolutionary DIY movement is Spoonflower, a North Carolina startup that produces designs for hundreds of thousands of users worldwide—24 hours a day/seven days a week to keep up with demand. With step-by-step tutorials and projects that span a wide spectrum of skills, The Spoonflower Handbook is written for both new and experienced users of this print-on-demand technology. Covering everything from equipment to software to working with photos, scans, repeats, vector files, and more, it is an essential guide to a booming new creative outlet.



Lena Corwin s Made by Hand

Lena Corwin s Made by Hand Author Lena Corwin
ISBN-10 9781613128060
Release 2014-12-15
Pages 176
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 In 2009, tastemaker and bestselling author Lena Corwin turned the top floor of her Brooklyn brownstone into a studio and began hosting classes for local crafters. In Lena Corwin’s Made by Hand, she re-creates and builds upon her popular workshop series in order to reach crafters in Brooklyn and beyond. For this “best of†? collection, she has chosen expert teachers and her favorite projects: Jenny Gordy introduces us to knitted socks and elegantly sewn tops and dresses; Cal Patch teaches how to make a modern embroidery sampler as well as a braided rag rug; and Corwin herself presents her favorite screen-printing and stamping techniques. In total, there are 26 lessons/projects, all presented with step-by-step photos and illustrations. !--?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /--Praise for Lena Corwin's Made By Hand: “Decorate with coffee table books. A few Glamour picks: Lena Corwin’s Made by Hand . . .†? —Glamour Magazine “A must-have for anyone who wants to create unique décor.†? —Decorating Shortcuts magazine “Made By Hand offers the perfect range of usable textile handiwork, presented by fourteen teachers who obviously enjoy their craft —ForeWord Reviews “The 385 detailed illustrations, along with excellent step-by-step photographs and clear instructions, make each project tempting and approachable.†? —Studios magazine  “Those messy hands alone are inspiring me to get creative.†? —Modern Eve  “I got a sneak peek at a mostly lovely book. I can’t contain my excitement over this book. The projects are varied and so much fun.†? —The Stylish Nest  “The photography and layout of the book is gorgeous: wide open with lots of white space, reminiscent of Japanese craft books. And there are people, whole people, sitting and doing crafts, not just disembodied hands. Isn’t that part of the reason we craft—for the human contact?†? —Knitty.com  “Made By Hand is gorgeous . . . filled to the brim with beautifully executed diy tutorials from a host of talented artisans.†? —Michelle S Blog “Craft book is like a private studio class . . . this book is a breath of fresh air†? —Examiner.com “She’s the most talented person I know, and probably in all of Brooklyn.†? —Lucky magazine “This project is a personal favorite of mine and the colors are easy to customize for fall.†? —Design*Sponge “Attention  DIY’ers: You Need Lena Corwin’s New Book!†? —Lucky magazine “As brilliant as it is beautiful!†? —The Purl Bee “The diversity of offerings within these pages makes you feel like you’re at a retreat with too many good things to choose from . . . except you get to make them all! The photography is clean and simple. Gorgeous—really. This is a good one, folks . . . and Lena—you've done it again.†? —maya*made “Even if none of you know where to begin, you can easily use the projects in this book as a guidebook . . .†? —Urban Comfort†? "A must-have if you want to stretch your creativity and get your hands dirty—literally.†? —Big Cartel “It boasts stunning visuals with simple imagery.†? —The Capsule Show “Made by Hand introduces readers to ageless crafting techniques with modern projects. —HGTV.com “The 26 delightful projects are scrumptiously photographed as step-by-step tutorials, creating the impression that we, too, are in the light-filled studio among the generous and pleasant makers . . . all of these carefully curated projects will result in products that are perfect in their own unique way.†? —BookPage.com “We have been fans of designer/illustrator/author a href="http://lenacorwin.com/" target="_blank"Lena



Silk Screen Printing for Artists and Craftsmen

Silk Screen Printing for Artists and Craftsmen Author Mathilda V. and James A. Schwalbach
ISBN-10 9780486157498
Release 2012-07-26
Pages 150
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Clearly explains how to employ silk-screen printing in producing a serigraph (art print) and in textile design (making a fabric print). Nearly 200 diagrams and photographs, including 19 in full color.



Beyond Cotton

Beyond Cotton Author Krista Fleckenstein
ISBN-10 1940655153
Release 2015-09-20
Pages 144
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Mixed Media goes graphic, minimal and sophisticated. Go beyond commercially available materials and get your hands dirty! Create your own modern substrates through Krista's interactive project-based sewing workshops. Readers will stitch up 18 designer projects while experimenting with ways to stamp, print, paint, dye, and embellish fabrics to use for unique projects to gift and keep. Beyond Cotton will take modern crafters and sewists beyond the world of commercially available fabrics by encouraging readers to work with different, but readily available materials like leather, rivets, and industrial-grade felt. Create a Leather Cuff in three ways: Stitched, Carved or Stamped; learn to create design repeats; set up a home printing table and experiment with dyeing fabrics. Krista encourages readers to break out of what is offered and to take ownership of their work from start to finish. This book is packed with skill-building techniques and crafty inspiration!



Fabric and Fiber Inventions

Fabric and Fiber Inventions Author Kathy Ceceri
ISBN-10 9781680452235
Release 2017-10-18
Pages 240
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In this book you'll create your own fabric inventions as you learn to make wearables, playthings, and decorative items using textile arts--both old and new. Easy projects using will get you started knitting, adding color to your wardrobe with silkscreen and batik, and transforming old clothing into useful items. Then you'll find out how soft circuits can give your creations personality with light, sound, and motion. Fabric and Fiber Inventions will show you how to turn everyday materials into unique designs everybody will love.



Simple Screenprinting

Simple Screenprinting Author Annie Stromquist
ISBN-10 1579906648
Release 2004
Pages 128
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Contains a guide to screenprinting, with information on getting started with the basics, equipment, technique, and includes ideas for creative projects such as decorated bags, greeting cards, yard signs, and publicity posters.



Fabric Printing at Home

Fabric Printing at Home Author Julie Booth
ISBN-10 9781627883948
Release 2015-11-15
Pages 128
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You don't have to be a fashion designer to create your own amazing fabrics! Fabric Printing at Home will show you how to create your own fabric prints using all of the traditional techniques, as well as techniques using regular everyday things you find around your kitchen! With tons of color photos, step-by-step instructions, and helpful hints, you will be crafting your very own fabric designs in no time! Learn to make print blocks, rubbing plates, stencils, fabric resists, and colorants from a wide range kitchen materials. Learn how your favorite fruits and veggies will add the perfect shapes and textures to your fabrics, or how to use recycled materials for surface design. Before you know it, you'll be crafting beautiful fabrics worthy of runways from common materials in your kitchen!



How to Print Fabric Kitchen table Techniques for Hand printed

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The Complete Guide to Designing and Printing Fabric

The Complete Guide to Designing and Printing Fabric Author Laurie Wisbrun
ISBN-10 1408147009
Release 2011
Pages 208
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The Complete Guide to Designing and Printing Fabric is a comprehensive handbook covering everything there is to know about designing and printing fabric. The book walks readers through the entire fabric design process, from finding inspiration, through step-by-step tutorials on how to design a pattern (both digitally and by hand), looking at different printing methods (such as digital printing, screenprinting, monoprinting, stamping, stencilling, resis dying, painting and inkjet printing), to establishing and developing a fabric collection, and approaching a manufacturer. The Complete Guide to Designing and Printing Fabric is full of advice from established fabric designers with clear, easy to follow step-by-step tutorials. Textile design is a competitive industry and learning how to design fabric is something that both designers and crafters with an avid interest in fabrics are keen to learn more about. Companies such as Spoon Flower (spoon.flower.com) have emerged,



Heather Ross Prints

Heather Ross Prints Author Heather Ross
ISBN-10 1584799951
Release 2012-09-01
Pages 144
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Presents detailed instructions for more than twenty craft projects using the author's signature artwork, including such items as dishtowels, napkins, a table cloth, a shower curtain, and stationery.



Mastering the Art of Fabric Printing and Design

Mastering the Art of Fabric Printing and Design Author Laurie Wisburn
ISBN-10 1452101159
Release 2012-02-08
Pages 208
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This authoritative guide outlines everything readers need to know to create gorgeous fabrics. There's nothing like it on the market! Collected within are step-by-step tutorials for designing patterns (both digitally and by hand), a comprehensive section on printing techniques—including digital printing, screen printing, stenciling, block printing, and resist dyeing—and even insider tips for developing a collection and bringing it to the marketplace. Beautifully illustrated with swatches of exquisite fabrics and hundreds of photos, and featuring interviews with established designers such as Skinny laMinx, Ink & Spindle, and Julia Rothman, Mastering the Art of Fabric Printing and Design is a key resource for anyone looking to learn the basics, expand their skill set, or find design inspiration.