Fabric Printing at Home Blog Tour & GIVEAWAY!

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When Julie contacted me and asked me to be part of her blog hop for her fabulous new book, I was SO excited!  Julie is a fabulous surface design artist, no doubt about that.  But to get a sneak peek at her book, Fabric Printing at Home?  How could I resist?

Julie breaks down the myriad of ways that you can print with any found object. She’s opened my eyes about seeing the mundane items in my kitchen as a new way to transfer prints to fabric.  IMG_7084 Food?  You bet.  Take a look at what I was able to do with a carrot!

IMG_7069IMG_7073Isn’t that really cool??  If you are a novice printer, Julie breaks everything down for you, from what tools you need, to the type of paint to use.  I think you’re really going to like this book.

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Check out this print I made using a glue gun! Yup, a glue gun.  But I’m not going to say how, you will have to check it out for yourself!

To that end, I’m going to be giving away one copy of Fabric Printing at Home to a lucky reader, if you comment below!!  One entry per person please, USA only.  The entries will be open until Monday February 16th at 5pm and then a winner will be selected.  GOOD LUCK!!

I’m not the only stop on this super fun blog hop, you really need to stop by everyone else’s blog, because they have giveaways and goodies too!!  and especially check out Julie’s blog too at http://www.threadbornblog.com/ as she’s doing a giveaway everyday too.

Be sure to visit all the stops on the Tour:

February 2: Lisa Chin
February 3: Lynn Krawczyk
February 4: Jane Davila
February 5: Carol R. Eaton
February 6: Judy Gula
February 7: Susan Purney Mark
February 8: Teri Lucas
February 10: Deborah Boschert
February 11: Lynda Heines
February 12: Cheryl Sleboba
February 13: Terri Stegmiller
February 14: Jackie Lams
Good luck with the giveaways and check back here for the winner! COMMENTS ARE NOW CLOSED! GOOD LUCK!

54 thoughts on “Fabric Printing at Home Blog Tour & GIVEAWAY!

  1. And all this time I thought carrots were a source of vitamin A! I shall venture into the veggy section of the grocery store with a completely new perspective…. I love the fact that the fabric gives no indication of a carrot, very cool.
    (I posted earlier but “lost” it? So I have posted again…)

  2. Carrots only last one meal in my house, but my fabric could last decades!!!! Since reading the posts I have a completely new focus walking through the veggy section at my grocer’s. I would LOVE to win the book to try the techniques.

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