Printmaking with Shirt No. 1

$120.00

Create something fantastic from the ordinary by learning how to block print onto fabric! With basic tools, supplies, and paints, you can print your own custom patterns onto fabric and create something truly unique. Learn the basics of creating a block or stamp and printing onto fabric and then use the fabric you created to make Shirt No. 1 from 100 Acts of Sewing. You will end up with a great basic top with a unique twist! Fun for beginner to advanced sewists looking to add something a little different to your arsenal of creative skills.

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Instructor: Sophie Hood

Recommended Experience Level: Anyone with at least basic sewing machine experience (more advanced students may have time for an extra project)

Supply List:
Shirt No. 1 pattern from 100 Acts of Sewing – available at Firecracker Fabrics
1 spool of all-purpose thread
Fabric yardage as specified by the pattern for your size.  Fabric must be woven (non, stretch).  Good suggested options would be any solid cotton quilting or the Kona cottons at Firecracker, or any solid fabrics like denim, linen or blends that your print can stand out against.  You could choose to use a printed fabric and then incorporate that into your printed design, but it could get a little tricky!

*YOU MUST PREWASH, PREDRY AND IRON FABRIC BEFORE CLASS
*YOU WILL ALSO NEED TO CUT OUT THE PATTERN (OR IF YOU PLAN TO TRACE OFF YOUR SIZE THEN DO THAT, AND CUT OUT PRIOR TO THE FIRST CLASS)

All printing supplies will be provided!

Additional information

Dates

May 14, 21 (6-9:30pm)