Print, Pattern, Sew

Print, Pattern, Sew

Block-Printing Basics + Simple Sewing Projects for an Inspired Wardrobe
By Jen Hewett
 - Hardcover


Pages: 176
Size: 8 x 9.5
ISBN: 9781611804621
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Create bold block prints for a completely custom wardrobe—print fabrics, customize patterns, and sew garments that truly express your own style. This book offers:

  • Clear how-to instructions for carving motifs from soft blocks, plus 13 designs to get you started

  • A guide to printing on fabric and constructing repeating patterns

  • 13 projects and full-size patterns for garments and accessories for a complete hand-printed wardrobe

News & Reviews

"I have had the privilege to bear witness to the magic of Jen Hewett’s creative genius for many years. Print, Pattern, Sew brings that magic to life for anyone who wants to learn to block print and sew their own clothes from this master of the craft. In this handsome and easy-to-follow volume, Jen makes seemingly complex projects less intimidating, more accessible, and altogether thoroughly enjoyable." —Lisa Congdon, artist, illustrator, and author

"Print, Pattern, Sew is an absolutely gorgeous book. The instructions are clear, the photography impeccable, and the clothing patterns are fresh and flattering—and simple enough for a hobby seamstress like me. Now all I want to do is carve blocks, print fabric, and make myself a whole new wardrobe!" —Lisa Solomon, artist and author of Knot Thread Stitch

"Print, Pattern, Sew has everything you need to create beautiful fabric and a completely personalized wardrobe. Offering both instruction and inspiration, Jen Hewett provides clear directions, addresses questions, and, most importantly, throws open the possibilities to make pieces that are uniquely your own." —Sonya Philip, creator of 100 Acts of Sewing

"Print, Pattern, Sew is a beautiful and creative resource that brings together (in one place—yes!) Jen Hewett’s wealth of knowledge in printmaking and sewing. Along with the fun projects, resources, and tips, I was most inspired by the behind-the-scenes look at Jen’s creative process—getting a look at her sketches, her studio, and her materials, as well as learning about the inspiration behind her patterns and clothing, got me excited about making and helps me think about my own creative process." —Andrea Pippins, author of I Love My Hair and Becoming Me

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