|Detail of a scarf printed with carrots and turnips.|
On Thursday, I'll be at teaching some mini-workshops at Stifel & Capra in Falls Church, Virginia. Sign up for a session of Kitchen Couture: Print Your Own Scarf. This is a great opportunity to take a printing workshop with me and walk away with a beautiful hand-printed scarf for only $10!!! I'll also be signing copies of Fabric Printing at Home. Pair the book with an additional scarf blank and you have a great gift for a crafty friend or family member!
I spent yesterday printing scarves in my studio. I'm going to have some veggies "blocks" available for participants, as well as hot glue, foam and carved blocks. I'll be demoing some printing "how-to's" and then you'll get a chance to play!
Here are some of the scarves I made.
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On Friday night from 6:00 to 9:00 PM, I'll be demoing fabric printing at Artfete--The Art League School's annual Open House (Alexandria, Virginia). This is always a happenin' event...art exhibitions, demos, live music, food, jewelry and ceramic sales and even a runway show! Stop by my table and try your hand at printing. I'll have a number of copies of Fabric Printing at Home on hand and am happy to personally sign one for you!
Saturday, I head to the Artistic Artifacts Open House and Pop Up Holiday Market (Alexandria, Virginia). The event goes from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM, I'll be there from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM. I'll be demoing veggie printing and other techniques from my book. Judy Gula will have copies of Fabric Printing at Home on hand...which I will, of course, sign! This should be great fun and I'm looking forward to seeing all the wonderful art and craft work for sale at the Holiday Market.
Hope to see you at one of these events!
Who knew 'carrots and turnips' would look so good on fabric! You did!ReplyDelete
Love your book!!
Hi Robbie-Thanks so much! Had a great weekend teaching and demoing. I'll be posting about it later today. Veggie printing is just SO fun! Thrilled that you're enjoying the book!Delete
You are amazing Julie! I love your work :)ReplyDelete
Hi Carol...you're the sweetest! I've been admiring all your new fabrics on Facebook. Glad that you're continuing with the Printed Fabric Bee. I'll be posting about my weekend events today...exhausted but happy! It's going to be a really busy first half of 2016!Delete