This Mega Kit includes a huge collection of paints and printing blocks for you to print your own tea towel and a pair of cushion covers. You will be shown how to repeat print to create borders, use single small blocks to create repeat patterns, plus given inspirational ideas and much more.
This Mega Kit includes:
1 x 100% cotton white tea towel (approx. 50cm x 70cm)
2 x 100% cotton white cushion cover with hidden zip (40cm x 40cm)
10 x approximately 60ml* fabric paint (choose two sets)
1 x printing tray with 2 large sponges
2 x foam printing mats & foam inserts
1 x comprehensive set of instructions – a combination of written instructions, photos and videos. Plus, some inspirational ideas of what else you can create using the remaining paint 🙏
Plus wooden printing blocks – CHOOSE FROM ONE OF THE FOLLOWING
1 x large mandala wooden block
1 x medium lotus buddha wooden block
1 x small buddha head wooden block
1 × small lotus wooden block
1 x border block
1 x large elephant wooden block
1 x medium elephant wooden block
1 x small elephant wooden block
1 x small paisley wooden block
1 x border block
About the fabric paints
Choose TWO sets from these colour options:
Set One– Black, White, Primary Red, Primary Blue, and Primary Yellow.
Set Two – Turquoise, Kiwi, Mustard, Orange and Pink.
Set Three – Red-Violet, Sea Green, Pigeon Blue, Rose Pink and Lavender.
Set Four – Grass Green, Olive Brown, Yellow, Terracotta, Aubergine.
*All fabric paint is hand dispensed into individual bottles, hence the volume is approx 60mls. Suitable for use on light coloured fabrics. To dispense the paint, hold the black collar firmly, then gently rotate translucent tip anti clockwise to open, and turn clockwise to close.
About the printing blocks
Our hand carved wooden printing blocks come direct from artisans in India, where they have been used for printing fabrics for centuries. Hand printing is a slow & methodical process that is deeply absorbing and quiets the mind.
Ethically sourced, fair trade and sustainable – wooden printing blocks can be used for printing onto paper, card and can even be used with clay – in addition to being used on fabrics.