A Field Guide to Fabric Design
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A Field Guide to Fabric Design : Design, Print & Sell Your Own Fabric

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This is the ideal guide to everything you need to know to start designing and making your very own fabrics. Discover how to add that really personal touch to all your projects by using fabrics you designed yourself! `A Field Guide to Fabric Design` is a comprehensive and refreshingly straightforward guide that teaches you everything you need to know to get started - from design and colour basics to creating repeat patterns, screen-printing tips, even selling your designs! This volume also includes expert advice on using both traditional and new digital design and production techniques.

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Product details

  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 203 x 254 x 18mm | 630g
  • C & T Publishing
  • Stash Books
  • Concord, CA, United States
  • English
  • full-colour throughout
  • 1607053551
  • 9781607053552
  • 11,085

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A field Guide to Fabric Design by Kimberly Kight (click here for a link to her Blog True Up ) is well worth reading for anyone interested in finding out more about this fascinating field. It is suited to those with a casual interest through to professionals looking to expand their expertise. It covers all the basics of fabric design from design and colour, types of motif, creating repeats by hand on the computer to printing and even selling your designs! The book is really well laid out with clear headers, images and tutorials throughout the book. Scattered throughout are question and answer sections from some of the US s leading printed textiles designers. This book talks about the US market but the principals are the same wherever you are and I would highly recommend it. --boudesignblog.com; June 11, 2013

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About Kim Kight

Kim Knight has been passionate about fabric and fabric design since she got her first sewing-machine in 2000.

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