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Create Your Own Hand-Printed Cloth: Stamp, Screen & Stencil with Everyday Objects

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This title teaches readers eight simple, and easy-to-learn techniques including stamping, stencilling, random screen-printing, gelatin plate printing, deconstructed screen-printing and discharge printing. It then shows how to jump right in and start making fabric designs on cotton, silk, and rayon.
Paperback, 95 pages
Published July 1st 2008 by C&T Publishing (first published June 1st 2008)
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Beverlyanne
Aug 12, 2010 Beverlyanne rated it really liked it
Shelves: surface-design, 2010
Rayna Gillman is like the wildest kindergarten teacher ever. At first I was put off by this book because the results of printing using common household objects and trash were so ugly. But as I got into the book I could see all sorts of possibilities for easy, casual printing, and I'm sure I'll eventually try some of them. Rayna covers:

Stamping and stenciling with found objects
screenprinting (she makes it look easy; I've been intimidated to try it)
gelatin plate printing (cool)
screenprinting with
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C. Eaton
Feb 27, 2012 C. Eaton rated it it was ok
If you already know about print techniques in application to non-textile art then you probably know alot of the methods which Gillman uses in this book. The Gelatin printing was new to me however and I think it's a great idea.

So if you already know a think or two about print techniques I wouldn't put it on your to-buy list but it still might be a worthwhile library loan.
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