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Guest Post: Ministry’s Print Making Inspiration from Instagram 17 Jun

Ministry of Craft have been scrolling through Instagram to find their top print making inspiration for this weeks guest post.

“If you’re like us and use instagram to vicariously live your life through other people then you’ll love our list of insta-inspiration. We’re swooning over these print makers and their fabulous wares and it’s inspiring us to put paint to fabric and make our own pretty prints.

Pineapple tea towel and market bag by Yardage Design
Yardage Design
This year Nicola of Yardage design has been taking part in the #52weeksofprintmaking challenge and her use of household items such a pegs and wine corks in her print making have gat us thinking outside the box. Her designs are crisp and clean in beautiful bright colours. Hailing from Australia this feed is a little bit of sunshine in print form!
Yellow owl workshop
Yellow Owl Workshop
Making inspiring prints since 2007, Yellow Owl Workshop make the cutest stamp sets, jewellery and prints. Their instagram feed is crammed full of printing inspiriation, bright illustrations and general good cheer!
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Nell Smith
Manchesters own Nell Smith makes beautiful prints of everything from cats to watermelons, when she’s not in her studio at Manchester craft and design centre She’s teaching others how to print at one of her Ministry of Craft workshops.
Jen Hewett
Jen Hewett
Jen has been taking part in #printpatternsew this year and we are seriously inspired by not just her fun prints but also her self drafted dress patterns. Her pictures show the work that goes in to making prints on a larger scale and her passion for printing is inspiring in itself.
https://instagram.com/jenhewett

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