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Print Workshop is a delightful book from Yellow Owl Workshop's founder Christine Schmidt.
The instructions make everything feel possible; I found myself reading and for the first time thinking - hey, I can do this!
It's great for a novice, but it also does a good job of sparking ideas for other projects.
I gave this as a gift to a very talented fiber artist and she seemed to enjoy it.Published 4 days ago by Irene S. Blumkin
My intention was to gift this but i started to exolore it and am now hooked...the kids can(eventually) get a copy of their own...Published 6 months ago by Paloma Diaz Abreu
The first time I bought it was when it just came out that year. The second time I bought it was for a Secret Santa person who made it clear that she was into crafting. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Thesanica Marcos
This book gives you all of the tools you need to learn printmaking in a fun and accessible way. The instructions make everything feel possible; I found myself reading and for the... Read morePublished 11 months ago by momo
I do printwork in a workshop, but I was looking for something that would give me some clues for home printing. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Bo Brown
This is a craft book. It's fine If you want to make aprons and wrapping paper but not suitable for fine art.Published 14 months ago by mars
This gave me some fun ideas. It wasn't necessarily full of ideas that I couldn't have come across online but it's nice to have them all compiled into one resource with helpful tips... Read morePublished 14 months ago by KC
I've become interested in prints because of Gelli Arts plates, and while this book isn't about Gelli plates, a lot of the techniques can be adapted. Read morePublished 14 months ago by QuinnCreative