Architecture as Inspiration: Roller Stencilling and Foam Printing

Working from an architecture inspired sketchbook, Linda demonstrates how to take a motif and develop it into a stencilled and printed pattern on fabric. She uses paper and plastic stencils, then hand cut foam blocks for printing. See how she uses different scales of motif and a variety of backgrounds to create a range of results that will be perfect for developing into stitched textiles.

Approximate run time: 34 minutes

Presenter: Linda Kemshall

Working from an architecture inspired sketchbook, Linda demonstrates how to take a motif and develop it into a stencilled and printed pattern on fabric. See how she uses different scales of motif and a variety of backgrounds to create a range of results that will be perfect for developing into stitched textiles. 
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Working from an architecture inspired sketchbook, Linda demonstrates how to take a motif and develop it into a stencilled and printed pattern on fabric. See how she uses different scales of motif and a variety of backgrounds to create a range of results that will be perfect for developing into stitched textiles. 
To access this post, you must purchase Architecture as Inspiration.