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A field guide to fabric design : design, print & ... Read More

Kight, Kimberly.(Author).

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Kirtland Community College Library TT 852 .K54 2011 30775305541519 General Collection Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781607053552
  • ISBN: 1607053551
  • Physical Description: print
    160 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm
  • Publisher: Lafayette, CA : Stash Books, 2011.

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Introduction -- Know your patterns: fabric design ... Read More
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"A complete guide to modern textile design and ... Read More
Subject: Textile printing Amateurs' manuals
Textile design Amateurs' manuals

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A Field Guide to Fabric Design : Design, Print and Sell Your Own Fabric; Traditional and Digital Techniques; for Quilting, Home Dec and Apparel
A Field Guide to Fabric Design : Design, Print and Sell Your Own Fabric; Traditional and Digital Techniques; for Quilting, Home Dec and Apparel
by Kight, Kim
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A Field Guide to Fabric Design : Design, Print and Sell Your Own Fabric; Traditional and Digital Techniques; for Quilting, Home Dec and Apparel

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Kight, a self-taught fabric designer and blogger (www.trueup.net), introduces novices to the processes and artistry behind creating patterned fabric. After covering the nuts and bolts of design, including color theory, directional patterns, and types of fabric, Kight describes the process of creating one's own fabrics using both pen-and-paper and computer-based design and printing the finished design (or hiring someone to print the fabric for you). Though the audience for the design sections of the book is limited to crafters with an artistic bent, much of the other content will help quilters and sewers make the best possible use of the fabrics in their collections. (c) Copyright 2011. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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