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1960s Influenced Emerald & Magenta Paisley Silk Twill - Silk Print Fabric - Silk Fabric - Fabric | Britex Fabrics

1960s Influenced Emerald & Magenta Paisley Silk Twill - Silk Print Fabric - Silk Fabric - Fabric | Britex Fabrics

More Sun Printing Fabric with Dye-na-Flow - Bloom, Bake & CreateBloom, Bake & Create

More Sun Printing Fabric with Dye-na-Flow

Block printed textiles-- I know how to do this already! Screw paying $80 for napkins! Let me know if you want to have a printing party :)

All About Block-Printed Textiles: Inspiration & DIY Tips

Sun Print Fabric with a Twist

Sun Print Fabric with a Twist

Denim and print fabric scrap quilt.  A great way to upcycle some of the stuff I've got from Goodwill!

Making. Raggy scrap quilt

Sources for block-printed fabric. All from Etsy. This one is "Light Cotton Block Print" by Monsoon Weave on Etsy.

Sources for block-printed fabric. This one is "Light Cotton Block Print" by Monsoon Weave on Etsy.

Tutorial! Screen printing with freezer paper stencils with... #screenprinting #silkscreen

Tutorial! Screen printing with freezer paper stencils with Zeena Shah (The Village Haberdashery)

East London-based textile designer Zeena Shah (she’s also inspiration for the By Hand London Zeena dress, for you craft world trivia buffs) recently released a beautiful book called How to Print Fabri

Vibijka - the art of block printing fabric.  Skirts were often made this way. Ukraine.  Inspiration only.

Vibijka - the art of block printing fabric. Skirts were often made this way. Ukraine ideal for my textile side of studio

Hot pink necklace/ Knot Necklace / African wax print fabric/ knot jewelry /fabric cord necklace/ Hot pink jewelry

African Fashion fabric bib necklace, african wax golden metalic print with a central knot .

3D printed fabrics are becoming more and more intricate, flexible and compatible with the body and its movement. Here are a few examples using the technology to it’s fullest.

3D Printed Fabrics - Tessa's Weekly Picks

printed fabrics are becoming more and more intricate, flexible and compatible with the body and its movement. Here are a few examples using the technology to it’s fulle

Use an empty toilet paper roll to print your very own fabric . . . who would have thought!

Use an empty toilet paper roll to print your very own fabric! Painted dots from an empty toilet paper tube. The possibilities are endless! Maybe green and red dots on a lovely burlap for a Christmas table runner? Or blue and silver?

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