Fabric Printing at Home

My friend, Julie B. Booth, wrote a book on printing fabric with everyday items you find at home and asked if I would be willing to do a review.
I have to admit I wondered if there would be anything new to learn in Julie's book.  I am always on the look out for fun, new things to try.  New "What if's" and so I wondered, would this book be a rehash of so many things I have seen in the past?  Would I find a new technique I would be dying to try?
I'm delighted to say I did learn something new.  I actually learned several new things that are making my little artist heart go pitter-patter!  
Last year Julie taught me to do printing with cardboard tubes.

I used her technique to make a polka-dot brayer stamp and created a scarf with dye and paint which she included in the Contributing Artists portion of her book:
Now that the book is out and I have read the entire thing, I'm most excited to dive into Chapter 4: Wrap it Up, Wraps and Foils, and Chapter 3: Beyond the Potato Print, and Chapter 5: Recycled and Repurposed, and . . .oh who are we kidding?  I want to do it all!
Let me know what you think once you read Julie's book: Fabric Printing at Home.

**Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher for review purposes. The opinions expressed here are 100% my own. I was under no obligation to offer a positive review and received no monetary compensation. Photos used with permission from Quarry Books.


Thread Born said…
Thanks SO much Lisa! So glad that you are excited to try the techniques in a number of chapters. This book was SO fun to put together...lots of experimenting and playing!
I can hardly wait for my copy!

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