I had such fun yesterday afternoon at the wonderful art and fine craft shop, The Muse, in Frederick, Maryland. Along with signing copies of Fabric Printing at Home, I had a make and take printed canvas goodie/book bag project. First, I demoed how to carve and print with a variety of veggies. Many people were surprised to see how turnips, radishes, and carrots could be turned into print blocks. And rolled corn prints are always a big hit! I also had some carved Speedy Carve blocks on hand and a few hot glue blocks too.
Fortunately, many people were not shy about getting a little paint on their hands! I was delighted that some younger folks also joined in. Here are some of the results...
The Muse will be carrying Fabric Printing at Home through the holiday season...in case you missed out on yesterday's fun. The book makes a great holiday gift for the craftsy people (including young ones) on your list!
Thanks again Whitney for being such a wonderful host!