This guide is aimed at those who wish to expand their knowledge of current printing and dyeing techniques. It should be of interest to both textile and printmaking students. Topics include: recipes for cloth preparation, dyeing and printing, fixation, designing a repeat, and preparing imagery and scenes for exposure. Advice is given on equipment needed for setting up a studio and safe working practices. The step-by-step instructions are accompanied by inspirational illustrations from practitioners around the world.
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Joanna Kinnersly-Taylor is a well-known printed textile artist and designer and is a research lecturer at the Glasgow School of Art. Her work covers such diverse areas as table linens, furnishings, and fabrics for theater costumes and sets. However, her focus is one-off, publicly commissioned wall-hangings as well as smaller scale works for both gallery and domestic environments. She has exhibited widely both in the United Kingdom and abroad, and her work has appeared in books, magazines, and on television.
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