|Cyanotypes on Fabric – book – Revised and re-printed
Cyanotyping is a simple process for producing subtle, detailed images on fabric. Prussian blue and white – calm, cool, classical and utterly beautiful. Mix this technique from the 1840s with natural leaves and flowers or with modern digital negatives, and perhaps some textile techniques, and you have a wide range of image making possibilities.
The book has 96 pages, all in full colour, and includes chapters on:
Price: £19.00 plus postage & packing (please select from the drop down list below)
Cyanotype (Blueprint) chemicals kit
This is temporarily unavailable – I’m currently between studios and have nowhere to put the kits together. If you need your kit urgently you can try rainbowsilks.co.uk who stock the kits.
Price: £8.50 plus postage & packing (please select from the drop down list below)
| Digital Imagery on Fabric
The book covers a wealth of information on using digital imagery for textile work. It includes sections on the types of printers available, printing directly on to fabric using inkjet and laser printers, including printing on unusual surfaces such as velvet, dissolvable film and lutradur/evolon. It then looks at various methods of image transfer using transfer paper, textile medium and solvents. Next come methods using digital negatives and positives for photographic processes such as cyanotyping (blueprinting) and inkodye printing, as well as various methods for producing printing screens from your digital images.
The second section covers how to manipulate your images ready for the methods in the first section using Photoshop Elements, and introduces creative ideas for combining and using digital images. The book concludes with appendices on Health & Safety and Copyright.
The book is 133 pages long, A4, softback and in full colour throughout. It features work by a variety of textile artists to illustrate the techniques and inspire.
New Year sale – this will be priced at £17.00 plus p&p until the end of March 2016.