Block Printing | Create Custom Towel, Stationary or Bag

Learn the basics of print making with artist Jennifer from @mylittleprintfabricsstudio! Create your own dish towel, tote, wall hanging or stationary.  This makes a perfect, personalized gift for Mother's Day and is a fun skill that you will be able to build on and use in so many different ways!  Kits included with class!

Block printing & Surface printing Workshop
CLASS DESCRIPTION
Duration: 2h 30min
Design, carve, print!
Learn how to carve printing blocks and create you’ll walk away with the
know-how to create and repeat block prints on paper and fabrics on your own. We'll go
over everything from the creation of a motif on a rubber block to printing on different
materials. You'll explore and practice carving tools and printing your design on a large
panel of different mediums such as paper, wood and fabric. Every participant will receive a package of supplies to customize and showcase his work, specially curated by Jennifer
which also includes a tote bag (just perfect for our new no bag rule!), a large kitchen towel and stationary items. On top of leaving with your own, custom-printed fabric goods and posters, you’ll get a take-home starting block printing set so you can replicate the process at home.
Jam-packed with supplies and great ideas, there is no drawing skills needed to learn and
explore the means and technique of block-printing. This class is really fun and open to
anybody, for simply learning a new skill, picking up a fun hobby or for artist looking to try a new technique!

BIOGRAPHY
Native of France and San Diego based since few years, Jennifer is known under her company name My Little Print Fabrics. Beside running a sewing studio and designing sewing goods with digitally or hand-printed fabrics, this talented self-taught surface designer is passionate by fabric design and block printing. Deep lover of textiles and unique, personal clothing, her patterns are nicely inspired by California and her trips abroad. Traveling and photographing along, Jennifer is a total DIY person with a fine sense of aesthetic (certainly affected by her French origin). Most of all, she loves to create with her hands and teach people her creative and artistic skills.