the smallest print i’ve made in a long time!
nice to work on something this size for a change.
woodcut on washi
9”x12” (image size 5”x5”)
highland tweeds / woolen blanket
i got this block printed on the weekend and was quite happy with it.
woodcut (masonite) on washi, 24”x36”
birthday present for a sherlock holmes fan.
embroidery on linen/cotton with sashiko thread
after months of carving i’m finally in the studio printing.
this is my 1st week’s progress.
really happy to have these three finished!
lovely lovely lovely
tin tea-light-holder for a mason jar (from my love).
a hudson’s bay-inspired baby blanket i made for my new pal duncan.
36”x48”, acrylic yarn, garter stitch
What happens with the woodcut after you’ve made prints?
i store them away in a safe place, never to be printed again… traditionally blocks & plates are “destroyed” after editioning, but they are too precious to me and i couldn’t bring myself to do it (i actually don’t think i know anybody who does these days).
also, i’ve occasionally exhibited my blocks along with their prints, and find them quite lovely and interesting to look at!