A British Textile Designer’s Guide to Screen-Printing

A British Textile Designer’s Guide to Screen-Printing

Above left: The textile designer places water-based ink at the top of the screen. This darker pink will outline the flower and tint the leaves, while a lighter shade will be applied for the petals. Above right: Practiced hands pull a squeegee across the mesh. This motion pushes ink through the mesh, impressing rosy-hued leaves onto the fabric. Weights at the top corners of the frame prevent the materials from shifting.

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  1. I’ve always been fascinated by the sceneries pictured in Victoria Bliss magazines over the years. I have kept all the issues to get ideas for my home, yard, and garden.

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