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Block Printing on Fabric: Ice Cream Cone Tote Bag!

Danielle Broder, Designer www.recoverie.com

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12 Videos (39m)
    • Trailer

      0:55
    • Part 1: Tools

      3:38
    • Part 2: Trace

      2:46
    • Part 3: Transfer

      2:33
    • Part 4: Carve

      3:21
    • Part 5: Carve pt. 2

      6:15
    • Part 6: Cut

      2:07
    • Part 7: Cut pt. 2

      3:14
    • Part 8: Test Prints

      4:21
    • Part 9: Final Prints

      4:35
    • Part 10: Final Prints pt. 2

      4:35
    • Outro

      0:43

About This Class

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Do you like to make stuff but feel like your drawing or painting skills aren’t up to par?  You won’t have a problem with that in this class.  Prepare to be impressed with yourself!  

This class will teach you how to take a fun design, carve it into a functional stamp, and also teach some different ways that you can print it onto your fabric. I specifically chose this design to showcase the different methods of applying color, as well as how to plan your design out beforehand so it comes out the way you want it to in the end!

Block printing has been around for thousands of years, yet it's still a great modern way to create unique handmade designs on anything from your holiday cards to that sweet fanny pack you scored at the thrift store.  In this class you will get down and dirty with learning the various methods of rubber block printing onto fabric.

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I really enjoyed watching this super simple step by step. I cant wait to try my own!
Diana Nemesu

Watercolor artist DianaNemesu.com

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Danielle Broder

Designer www.recoverie.com

A native California girl, Danielle was brought up creating. After a carefree childhood of glitter, glue gunning, beads, and paint, she decided to step it up and get serious about her hobbies. Eight years of art school later, she found herself in San Francisco running a small textile design business known as The Recoverie (www.recoverie.com).

Danielle holds a double bachelors in illustration and interior design, and is also a self taught graphic designer and printmaker. She has been tea...

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