How cute are these little cars? And the detail! All hand-cut and hand-printed from a simple stencil, Debbie Fowkes was a very busy beaver in our screen-printing class last Saturday.
An avid quilter, Debbie was frustrated at not being able to find fabrics that she liked to use in her creations. Needless to say, she did go home with a brand new screen and squeegie ready to keep on printing at home.
These are Julia's sweet poppies. Considering that the poor dear had a headache on the day, she did a pretty good job of creating a positive and negative image of these.
These are our screen-printing heroines; Julia Oberhardt, Linda Olson, Nicole and Jan Rigo and Debbie Fowkes. See previous post for more examples of their screen-printed fabrics.
Where are all the men? Do any guys read this blog?
If you want to enrol in one of our screen-printing workshops, time is running out! Due to the growing demands on my time, I won't be teaching any more in the foreseeable future after this month. Book on-line at Thea & Sami.
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