I'm delighted to review Fabric Printing at Home: Quick and Easy Fabric Design Using Fresh Produce and Found Objects by Julie B. Booth! This book is dedicated to surface design using everyday common items with no need to buy expensive tools. Julie helps you recognize objects around your home that will make a cool print... trust me - you will never look at pasta, cardboard, string, fruit or erasers in the same way again!
Julie's clear, conscience and easy to follow instructions give you the confidence and knowledge base to create your own collection of printed fabric. Julie shares what she's learned from her many years of experimentation and teaching. The book is filled with creative but practical solutions to printing fabric in your home space.
Sneak peek at the chapters offered:
Kitchen Textures and Found Object Printing
Beyond the Potato Print
Wrap It Up! – Wraps and Foils
Recycled and Repurposed
Fabric Resists Using Kitchen Ingredients
The book is available through QBook and Amazon. This book is a "must" for every studio and I encourage you to share the review with all your creative friends! Follow Julie's continuing ideas and techniques by clicking here.