Friday 20 July 2012

handprinted: a fabric swap {catch up}

the next in the catch up posts: to share a bit of the amazing work that has come out of the second edition of handprinted: a fabric swap!

"bunnies" handprinted by anna harlan
handprinted with found materials by colette moscrop

block print
block printed by susie of flowerpress
handprinted by kristin

man, there are so many good ones, i really just want to show them all. have a peek over at the flickr group to see so much more handprinted goodness!


  1. They are so cool! And I'm lucky enough to have the bunnies and the orange tile pattern fabrics sitting in front of me as I type! :)

  2. ...and i'm doing a bit of blog reading catch up. thank you so much for the mention here Leslie and of course thank you so much for organizing this swap again. I've loved doing it both times and will happily join again in the future. xx

  3. Indian block print fabric is a technique for printing text, images or patterns used widely and probably used for antiquity as a method of printing on textiles and later paper.


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