Welcome to the Thermofax 101 Blog Hop and Give Away. Here is a link to buy the DVD
Learn how easy it is to create your own screen printed cloth! Thermofax Screen Printing is easy, fun, and well within your reach. Let fun-loving artist, Lyric Kinard, guide you through the basics of what, exactly, a thermofax screen is, and how it’s made. Then she helps you begin your own creative journey as she shows you how to find and design your own imagery and send it off to have a custom screen made for you. Learn all about the basic supplies you will need and then get printing! Lyric will explain the properties of textile paints, how to prepare, care for, and use your screens, and finally how to design and create your own beautiful cloth.
65 minutes of thorough instruction
Getting Started: what is a thermofax screen
Finding Images: find and design your own
How to Print: printing techniques and tools
Designing: creating cloth with layered imagery
April 24 Cheryl Rezendez http://www.cherylrezendes.com
April 25 Leslie Tucker Jenison http://leslietuckerjenison.
April 28 Sue Bleiweiss http://www.suebleiweiss.com/
April 30 Judy Gula http://www.artisticartifacts.
May 1 Susan Price and Elizabeth Gibson http://pgfiber2art.blogspot.
May 2 Judy Coates Perez http://www.judycoatesperez.
May 4 Linda Stokes www.lindastokes-
May 6 Jane Davila http://janedavila.blogspot.
May 6 Melanie Testa http://melanietesta.com/
May 7 Liz Kettle http://www.textileevolution.
May 8 Carol Sloan http://carolbsloan.blogspot.
May 9 Kathy York http://aquamoonartquilts.
May 11 Susan Brubaker Knapp http://wwwbluemoonriver.
May 12 Desiree Habicht http://myclothesline.
May 13 Jamie Fingal http://JamieFingalDesigns.
May 14 Deborah Boschert http://deborahsjournal.
May 15 Sarah Ann Smith sarahannsmith.com/weblog
|Here is my canvas drop cloth on a table with a little felt underneath to give it cush, also covered in the DVD.|
|This is printed directly on the canvas, and it might be my favorite.|
|Throwing caution to the wind here with doing many prints with more paint. Gloppy in some parts, but I could use it for something later.|