We are giddily delighted to be featured in this month’s Making Magazine! On page 10-11 of April 2015’s Making Mag you’ll find our project for a spring floral screen printed apron. It was a lot of fun to make and looks fab in print. Our rose design was drawn specifically for Making Magazine’s Spring Floral … Continue reading "Screen Printed Apron for Making Magazine!"
We have been block printing using Speedy-Carve, Moo Carve blocks and Mastercut to test how each of them works. All three are carving blocks for making stamps and prints. We used: Speedball Speedy-Carve, Moo Carve block and Master Cut Lino cutter with five blades Pencil for drawing out designs Versa Craft ink pads Fabric or … Continue reading "Block Printing Using Speedy-Carve, Moo Carve and Master Cut"
The reduction lino cut is a method of block printing in which each colour layer is taken from the same block. More lino is removed from the block for each layer and each colour is printed on top of the last. This means that an entire edition must be printed in one go – once … Continue reading "Reduction Lino Cut"