This week we wanted to test a technique for transferring an image onto lino using a printed image and an iron. It worked surprisingly well and was very quick and easy. Here’s how we did it: Your image needs to be printed either through a laser printer or a photocopier (inkjet printers will not work). … Continue reading "Transferring an Image onto Lino"
We’re really excited to have Ternes Burton pins and tabs in stock! We have already started using them for our own work and wanted to show you a really simple example of how they can be used to register block prints with effortless accuracy. We’ve whipped up a quick reduction print and a multi-block to … Continue reading "Registering a Print with Ternes Burton Pins"
It’s time to meet Amy! We love Amy’s beautiful designs, hands-on making process and enviable attitude. Read all about her here: Hello I’m Amy Laws! I setup There’s Only One Amy Laws, a handmade and hand printed clothing business, just over 3 years ago. I design, screenprint and sew every garment from scratch in my … Continue reading "Meet the Maker: Amy Laws"
We get a lot of questions about the best way to lino print onto fabric. Which ink should I use? Should I use a roller? Will it be washable? Will it change the handle of the fabric? These are all questions to which we wanted to know the answers – not just for all of … Continue reading "How to Block Print with Lino onto Fabric"
We are really excited to have Laura Boswell visit us to teach a Japanese Printmaking Workshop in September (this course is now full. Give us a call or email if you would like to put your name down on the waiting list. We will see if we can persuade Laura back for another workshop!) Learn … Continue reading "Meet the Maker: Laura Boswell"