On-demand prints...

...when you need them

  • Analogue in a digital world

    While everybody else is looking to digital printing for their solutions, many designers that I know cannot afford to outsource. Lino block printing is cheap and easy to do yourself.

  • Up-cycle your fabrics

    Lino block prints are a wonderful way of up-cycling fabrics with existing prints that have become out-dated. They are also wonderful for hiding stains and marks. Transform fabrics that you might normally have thrown away into fabrics that you can use again.

  • You don't need expensive equipment

    "Thank you for showing us how it is possible to print fabric without masses of expensive equipment." Morag Potter

Course curriculum

  • 1
    Introduction
  • 2
    Exploring your cutting blades
    • Your first project to make
  • 3
    Getting used to your tools
    • An experiment to try
  • 4
    Learning to cut on a line
    • Shifting mental gears
  • 5
    Understanding positive and negative space
    • Positive/negative... two options... right?
  • 6
    Choosing a design
    • Time to apply everything you have learned so far
    • Wood block mounting
  • 7
    General printing tips
    • How to set up your printing table
    • How to improve your image quality
  • 8
    Print placement
    • Start with end use first
  • 9
    Tiled prints
    • Some simple secrets
  • 10
    Choosing colors
    • Experiment and play
    • My favorite colorways
    • Metallic paints
  • 11
    Join my daily school
    • Would you like to join my daily school?

Pricing options

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Printing With Found Objects

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