Requires Basic Block Printing Experience
**Currently there are no live dates for this workshop, but you may purchase a recording. The Zoom recording will be emailed to you within 24 hours of purchase from email@example.com**
Are you having trouble achieving consistent and rich results on fabric? It is probably because every fabric prints differently. In this 90 minute workshop we’ll bring our favorite block, inks and brayers, and scraps of different fabrics and work through inking for different fabric types to achieve optimal results on all. Note: there is no design or carving in this class, just practice of inking techniques.
If you have any questions please email me. Please use an email address and not a phone number when checking out so that I can email you the Zoom link.
A Zoom link will be sent from firstname.lastname@example.org either the day before or the day of class.
If the timing of this workshop doesn't work for you I can record it for you and send it to you after I receive it from Zoom. Please register and email me at email@example.com to request that I record it.
If you would like to learn how to transfer onto Speedball Speedy Carve using a laser or inkjet printout and an iron please watch my tutorial here.
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A variety of fabric scraps of varying textures and weights.
Speedball Fabric Block Printing Ink ONLY. Please note: I am not qualified to troubleshoot block printing with screen printing ink.
Smooth surface for rolling out ink such as plexi, acrylic or sheet glass
Palette knife or similar.
Padded surface. This will help you achieve better results on fabric. 10+ layers of old sheets, a doubled over fleece blanket, a non textured old towel or two layers of a non-textured upholstery/thick fabric are examples. Should not be super squishy. Clamps help secure your padded surface to the table.