a brief moment of fabric printing
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a brief moment of fabric printing


I’m preparing for some classes that I’m teaching in May and also working on several magazine articles and both activities have me standing at my print table again. I love it. There is nothing more honest in my art world then creating pattern on fabric with paint, of creating something new where there was once nothing.

I don’t use a lot of commercial printing tools but I have a strong affection for Artistcellar stencils. I do have a collection with them but I’m attracted to the in house designed ones as well. The stencil I’m using above is from their Pleasantville series, a little mid mod awesomeness. Their stencils last forever no matter what I put them through and I’m not gentle with my printing tools at all.

I’m sneaking in mini printing sessions whenever I have spare moments. And I have new designs I’m working on putting down.  It’s absolute bliss.

  • Robbie Payne
    Posted at 14:46h, 19 February Reply

    Always enjoy seeing what you are up too..and your FB Posts too!!! Love this blue!!

  • Sarah Ann Smith
    Posted at 15:39h, 19 February Reply

    Trying to hit the like button an failing…Sarah-techno-fails-again LOL! Anyway, what a delight to start my day with you. I LOVE the Artist Cellar stencils too!

  • Pat McG
    Posted at 22:54h, 20 February Reply

    A class? Please offer more info. Where? When? Would love to be there.

    • Lynn Krawczyk
      Posted at 14:28h, 23 February Reply

      Hi Pat!

      I am teaching at a local quilt guild called Greater Ann Arbor Quilt Guild in May. I’m teaching a textile collage and a monoprinting class.

      All their class listings are here: https://www.gaaqg.com/our-events/workshops/

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