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A Field Guide to Fabric Design

Design, Print & Sell your Own Fabric : Traditional & Digital Techniques for Quilting, Home Dec & Apparel
Kight, Kimberly (Book - 2011)
Average Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5.
A Field Guide to Fabric Design
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"A complete guide to modern textile design and printing. Written by a devoted student and aficionado of textiles who covers all things fabric on her popular blog, True Up, this book introduces readers to every aspect of textile design. General information about design and color principles and fabric basics accompanies step-by-step tutorials that show readers how to design repeats by hand and on the computer, how to select and build color palettes, and how to prepare designs for digital or hand printing. Hands-on steps for small-scale DIY block and screen printing are also provided. Finally, there's advice on the ins and outs of designing for fun and for profit. A series of Designer Roundtables features tips and valuable advice from design professionals like Amy Butler, Anna Marie Horner, Tula Pink, Bari J. Ackerman, and many others. The complete and detailed Resources section is a go-to reference guide for everything from where to get your designs printed, to the best design software, to which design schools offer degrees in textile design"-- Provided by publisher.
Authors: Kight, Kimberly
Title: A field guide to fabric design
design, print & sell your own fabric : traditional & digital techniques for quilting, home dec & apparel
Publisher: Lafayette, Calif. : Stash Books/C&T Pub., 2011
Characteristics: 160 p. :,col. ill. ;,26 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Kimberly Kight
Summary: "A complete guide to modern textile design and printing. Written by a devoted student and aficionado of textiles who covers all things fabric on her popular blog, True Up, this book introduces readers to every aspect of textile design. General information about design and color principles and fabric basics accompanies step-by-step tutorials that show readers how to design repeats by hand and on the computer, how to select and build color palettes, and how to prepare designs for digital or hand printing. Hands-on steps for small-scale DIY block and screen printing are also provided. Finally, there's advice on the ins and outs of designing for fun and for profit. A series of Designer Roundtables features tips and valuable advice from design professionals like Amy Butler, Anna Marie Horner, Tula Pink, Bari J. Ackerman, and many others. The complete and detailed Resources section is a go-to reference guide for everything from where to get your designs printed, to the best design software, to which design schools offer degrees in textile design"-- Provided by publisher.
ISBN: 9781607053552
1607053551
Branch Call Number: 677.022 K478f 2011
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references
Subject Headings: Textile printing Amateurs' manuals Textile design Amateurs' manuals
Topical Term: Textile printing
Textile design
LCCN: 2011010501
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Apr 24, 2014
  • ErnieK rated this: 3.5 stars out of 5.

Mostly about digital printing, with a nod to other methods of printing. A decent overview of the topic; there are other books to get more specific, but sometimes you need a primer for the whole field. It will not teach you how to do all of this, but it's a field guide, just like the title says.

Feb 03, 2014
  • lamk rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

Excellent and unexpectedly comprehensive introduction to the process of fabric design and printing. Highly accessible and succinct.

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