52 Weeks of Printmaking: Week 32

52 Weeks of Printmaking: Week 32 by Jen Hewett

52 Weeks of Printmaking: Week 32 by Jen Hewett

Week 32: One-color print on cotton.

I kept it simple this week. And I may finally be done with florals. The next few weeks may see a slew of Gus prints.

Also, you guys! There are only 20 weeks left of this project. Twenty! I realized last night that I needed to sit down and map out my deliverables and classes for the rest of the year, because the holiday buying season will be here soon. Really soon. And I may be getting some really good press. No, I’m not freaking out over here. Not me.

Happy Monday!

19 thoughts on “52 Weeks of Printmaking: Week 32”

  1. Hi! I really love your work, and I’m thinking of giving block printing a try. However, where I live rubber carving blocks are not easily available (if not impossible to find); I wanted to ask you if there is an alternative material? does it work on wood or mdf (like I use for etching)

  2. oops! sorry accidentally pressed “submit”
    Anyway, that was my question! just looking for other ways to experiment with block printing on fabric.

  3. Sorry – I can’t be of much help here, as I don’t have much experience with wood or MDF. You’ll just have to experiment with different types of print media and ink, and see what works for you.

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