Fabric Stamping & Stencilling

Two blog posts in as many as 2 days! Put the flags up! Its a record!

Ive been playing with some of the fabric backgrounds I made yesterday, Ive stamped and stencilled on some of them using fabric paints. I used Crafters Workshop stencils which are a dream to use! I must buy more!!

For those of you who havent used these fab templates, you really must! You can see the entire range along with some ideas for using them on their website below:


You can see what I did below, just click on the links to see bigger pixs:


10 thoughts on “Fabric Stamping & Stencilling

  1. Trish
    Thank you so much for sharing your stamping on fabrics creations! They are wonderful. I am a fiber artist/stamper… but struggle with techniques where I can meld the two… this gives me some ideas. Do you have any tutorials with more details on the type of fabrics you used, whether you prepped the fabrics before stamping with anything? WHat kind of inks did you use? Did you heat set them?

    I just discovered you and your wonderful web sites about a month or two ago – and I love looking through all of the techniques and beautiful works of art you create and then so generously share with the rest of us!

    Thank you! Mary

  2. Trish – I am living your artventures vicariously with you! I love all these bold new textile pieces… and these stencilled ones are gorgeous! I really should check out those stencils!! Great results Trish – glad to see you back in the loop! šŸ˜‰

  3. I popped in to see if you had blogged some of your embellishment machine samples and came across these little beauties !! dont start me on something else lol,I am not looking on that link,not yet anyway haha……..you have been busy !!! brilliant work !

  4. Trish: I am searching for indication that you are currently active in this great collection of tutorials. I am enjoying them so much and passing the word to many others that your site is tops and works so smoothly and is positively inspirational. I’ve been active in such quite a few years.
    I hope you continue and wish you good health and good fortune. Thanks for being so generous.

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