How To Print Fabric | Sneak Peek!

We are very excited to be able to show you a sneaky peek of Zeena Shah’s incredible new book, How To Print Fabric. Brimming with brilliant ideas, this incredible book will enable you with the skills needed to create your very own beautiful printed fabric using all sorts of tools; from matchsticks and pencil ends to rubber bands and lint rollers…


How to Print Fabric

Let’s take a sneaky peek inside…

Utilising everyday objects such as potatoes and rubber stamps, to hand-carved wood blocks and simple screens, Zeena will teach you how to use everyday objects and simple hand printing techniques to completely transform your fabric into exciting and personalised designs. Below, she demonstrates how to create effective mark with vegetables, a lint roller and elastic bands.


How to Print Fabric

How to Print Fabric

How to Print Fabric

It doesn’t matter if you are a complete beginner or textile professional – each project has been crafted using a difficulty rating so you can also advance at your own pace.

How to Print Fabric

Each one of the 20 projects are accompanied by a simple sewing technique so that you can transform your prints into something instantly practical such as a cushion, bag, pillow, baby bib and more! You can create striking printed designs and stitch them into covetable items such as bags, table linen, cushions and pillows and more! There are also some fantastic no sew projects too. Below are a few of my favourites projects from the book, true handmade charms…

How to Print Fabric

Clockwise from left – This cute little fox shaped pillow is brought to life with a simple bit of screen printing and stitching, this is an effective and low cost project; the no-sew project lampshade is surprisingly straightforward and will add a unique touch to any home; this geometric bolster is another fantastic project that caught my eye, the fabric print was made using a simple foam brush to create interesting textures and marks and them sewn together to create this perfectly practical bolster and last but not least, an autumnal tea towel, hand printed with leaves.

If you’d like to try your hand at fabric printing then pre-order your copy of How to Print Fabric today and receive the eBook for free, or take a look at the video below.

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