Imagery On Fabric:A Complete Surface Design Handbook (PagePerfect NOOK Book)

Imagery On Fabric:A Complete Surface Design Handbook (PagePerfect NOOK Book)

by Jean Ray Laury
     
 

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Jean Ray Laury takes the reader step-by-step through techniques and technology for transferring images to fabric, with full-color photos and information on how to safely accomplish beautiful results. She leaves nothing unexplained about these methods and products. Lettering, photos, drawings - the possibilities are endless. Included are detailed explanations and

Overview

Jean Ray Laury takes the reader step-by-step through techniques and technology for transferring images to fabric, with full-color photos and information on how to safely accomplish beautiful results. She leaves nothing unexplained about these methods and products. Lettering, photos, drawings - the possibilities are endless. Included are detailed explanations and complete material lists for each process, along with troubleshooting tips that provide tested solutions for any problems you may encounter. Topics cover working with copiers and computer printers, drawing and painting, dye transfers, silk screening, stamp printing, discharge printing, high-sensitive processes, and Polaroid. This classic text is an indispensable reference and sourcebook for anyone working with textiles.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781571205216
Publisher:
C & T Publishing
Publication date:
11/05/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
176
File size:
42 MB
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Meet the Author

As a skilled, insightful, and humorous lecturer and workshop teacher, Jean finds the demands for her time are great. Jean's being awarded the Silver Star Award at Quilt Festival in Houston attests to her popularity and to the attention she devotes to each class and to each student. As an exhibiting artist, always short of studio time, Jean insists that soon she will quit running around to stay home and concentrate on her own work. In the meantime she'll teach all over, including New York, Florida, and Hawaii, as well as in her hometown. Jean lives with her husband Frank, a retired professor of art, in the Sierra foothills where they are visited by foxes, wild turkeys, grandchildren, quilters, family, and friends. She continues to write, do commission work, garden a little, read a lot, and keep the silk screen (and bridge cards) moving.

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