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OPR 025-F21 | Block Printing on fabric (Relief Printmaking)

OPR 025-F21 | Block Printing on fabric (Relief Printmaking)

Online 11/6, 11/13, 11/20, 12/4

Maximum Enrollment: 12 LBS

Course Description



Fun block printing for beginners or anyone. Make machine washable and weather-durable signage, patches for clothing, blocks for quilts, pillow tops, etc. Learn to take a simple image or words, carve on a block printing surface, ink it up and transfer to cloth. Learn how to appliqué the blocks to a surface. All levels welcomed.


Zoom Meetings: Saturdays from 4:00-5:00 pm EST 11/6, 11/13, 11/20, 12/4


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Instructor: Maggie Muth 

Maggie Muth has a BFA in Painting (with a minor in drawing) from MECA, and a two year certificate in Stitched Textiles from the Opus School of Textile Arts in the UK. She has been a life-long stitcher and has taught classes at Maine Fiber Arts, Port Fiber and Mayo Street Arts, the American Visionary Art Museum, Maine College of Art, as well as overseas. She is the Founder and Director of the open itinerant stitching space for all: #stitchHIVE Portland Maine. www.instagram.com/maggiemuth




  • Speedball Soft Cut Block or Speedy Carve Block
  • Speedball Lino cutting set
  • Speedball Fabric Block Printing ink  - two or more tubes (Choose your own colors)
  • 1 yard (or more) of quality 100% cotton cloth or other surface to print on
  • Few pieces of tracing paper or transfer paper
  • Speedball 4” soft rubber brayer
  • #2 pencil 
  • Large wooden spoon or Speedball baren
  • Pencil and drawing paper/sketchbook
  • Piece of plexiglas or smooth plastic or picture frame glass at least 9x12”



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