Learn How to Paper Print: Print Your Own Veggie or Fruit Inspired Pattern Premium class

Katerina Sonntagova, designer, illustrator & a veggie lover

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7 Videos (22m)
    • Introduction

      1:00
    • Project & Inspiration

      0:56
    • Gathering Materials

      5:01
    • Drawing your Design

      3:16
    • Cutting your Design

      3:16
    • Printing fun

      7:18
    • Wrap up

      1:41

About This Class

Printing your own cushion cover, tea-towel or tote bag with a sheet of paper? No problem! If you would love to learn to print your own fabrics in no time, then this class is for you. I have developed this technique inspired by relief printing. You will get amazing effects without expensive software and equipment. Previous experience in paper cutting is an advantage, but not a necessity. This class is completely analogue (nothing digital here) so get ready to get your hands dirty!

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Unbelievable...her work in incredible and the way she taught it was SO inspiring and motivating. Thank you so much for this class!
Being able to make prints without expensive or many materials is great! Very thorough lesson, and easy to replicate. So many possibilities!
Great class, was very informative, yet concise and understandable! Thank you very much, Katerina, I am definitely into printing on fabric now! :)

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Katerina Sonntagova

designer, illustrator & a veggie lover

I started drawing pictures on my grandparent’s walls as far back as I can remember. After moving to Germany, I earned a Master’s Degree in product design at the University of Arts and Design at the ZKM in Karlsruhe. During my studies, I was lucky enough to spend a semester studying heritage design and craftsmanship at the Kyushu University in Japan and spend 3 months working for the exceptional industrial designer Ineke Hans in The Netherlands.

After moving to Cape Town I have been working with various studios and fell in love with the two-dimensional side of design. That is what you will find me doing now.