SU19 Session 5 CSW133.01 Textile Design: Print & Embroidery 10-12 9:00AM-12PM

Jul 15 - Jul 19, 2019


Explore the techniques of mono-printing and block printing onto fabric and accenting the final design with hand embroidery, drawing inspiration from other artists’ and fashion designers’ work. Research fashion designers that use “Bug Inspired” fashion trends in their work to create fun, casual pattern designs, or elaborate couture embroidered insect patterns with sophisticated design motifs that reference symmetry and nature. Students design a background pattern to monoprint a small collection of sample panels, then add an additional layer of pattern through the block printing. By adding hand embroidered embellishment, students create another dimension of texture and color to their designs. The process will enable students to discover new ideas for exciting surface pattern designs, experimenting with these two printing techniques and a variety of hand stitches.


Columbus College of Art & Design
60 Cleveland Ave, Columbus 43215
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Columbus College of Art & Design teaches its undergraduate and graduate students in the midst of Columbus Ohio’s thriving artistic community. Founded in 1879, CCAD is one of the oldest private art and design colleges in the United States, offering ten majors in art and design that produce graduates equipped to shape culture and business at the highest level.
60 Cleveland Ave.
Columbus, OH 43215
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Session 5 CSW133.01 Textile Design: Print & Embroidery 10-12 9:00AM-12PM
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