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The Printed Pattern: Techniques and Projects for Inspired Printmaking and Surface Design

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Synopsis:

Design your own handprinted patterns

Stamp and print your own patterns on paper, fabric, and more. Learn to create original stamp, stencil, and screen designs and apply them to a wide range of surfaces and objects for charming handprinted graphics and patterns. The Printed Pattern will teach you how to create mood boards and color schemes and how to experiment with composition and scale for effective design. Learn nine different methods for creating reliefs with stamping, stenciling, and screen printing with the Drurys clear instructions. The book also offers templates to be used as guides for cutting stencils.

Both textile artists and DIY crafters will be inspired to use these easy techniques to turn a simple graphic design into a fabulous, modern handprinted piece.

About the Author

Yvonne Drury and Rebecca Drury are a mother-daughter team whose London-based company, MissPrint, specializes in handprinted fabrics. Born and bred in London, they design their products and handprint and screen all fabrics from their East London studio. They have collaborated and designed a best-selling line for WHSmith and regularly exhibit their new designs and creations in New York, Paris, and London.

Table of Contents

Introduction

1. Inspiration

2. Getting Started

3. Relief Printing

a. Potato printing

b. Lino printing

c. Rubber/eraser printing

d. Rubber stamp printing

e. Vintage woodblock printing

4. Stencil printing

5. Screenprinting

a. Stencil method screenprinting

b. Screen filler method

c. Photo emulsion

Stencils

Suppliers

Acknowledgments

Product Details

ISBN:
9781596683860
Author:
Drury, Yvonne
Publisher:
Interweave Press
Author:
Drury, Rebecca
Subject:
Printmaking
Subject:
Crafts-General
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Publication Date:
20110331
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
128
Dimensions:
8.25 x 8.25 in

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Design your own handprinted patterns

Stamp and print your own patterns on paper, fabric, and more. Learn to create original stamp, stencil, and screen designs and apply them to a wide range of surfaces and objects for charming handprinted graphics and patterns. The Printed Pattern will teach you how to create mood boards and color schemes and how to experiment with composition and scale for effective design. Learn nine different methods for creating reliefs with stamping, stenciling, and screen printing with the Drurys clear instructions. The book also offers templates to be used as guides for cutting stencils.

Both textile artists and DIY crafters will be inspired to use these easy techniques to turn a simple graphic design into a fabulous, modern handprinted piece.

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