A British Textile Designer’s Guide to Screen-Printing

A British Textile Designer’s Guide to Screen-Printing

 In the English countryside, Louise Townsend found an oasis where her family could put down roots and creativity could flourish. The property’s idyllic setting, which includes verdant fields, orchards, and herbaceous borders abloom with roses, delphinium, and lupines, serves as the muse for her eponymous line of fabrics, pillows, and totes. The textile artist invites us into her Devon studio, where she offers a lesson in screen-printing.

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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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