Beloved Scandinavian designer Lotta Jansdotter shows how easy it is to print on fabric and paper using stencils, rubber stamps, homemade screens, found objects, and other easy techniques. Beautiful photographs inspire while step-by-step instructions and illustrations explain the basics. Plus, Lotta's included ready-to-use stencil pages of her hand-drawn patterns so crafters can easily achieve her signature style.
- Paperback | 120 pages
- 200.66 x 220.98 x 15.24mm | 453.59g
- 25 Apr 2008
- CHRONICLE BOOKS
- California, United States
- Hand drawn illustrations and 80 colour photographs
"Textile lovers rejoice! Lotta Jansdotter's new book is full of printing methods for everything from your tote bag to your table runner. She explains each process in detail with beautifully styled how-tos, tips for working with different materials, and a showcase of crafts made with each technique." Linda Permann, founding craft and decorating editor, Adorn magazine
About Lotta Jansdotter
Scandinavian-born Lotta Jansdotter is a self-taught designer. She launched her company out of her small San Francisco apartment in 1996, quickly establishing a strong local following. Now she works from her studio in Brooklyn, New York, where she sells her products and designs online and to hundreds of stores across the globe. She has expanded her product line of home accessories to include stationery, cushions, handbags, ceramics, table linens, and more. Simple Sewing is a previous book by Jansdotter.