Magazine Article on Print Gocco!

Sorry for any confusion regarding my posts at the present! I’m not actually on holiday still, but I wrote them when I was so I’m posting them just as I wrote them ….

A few months ago I wrote an article for the Computer Textile Design Group magazine, Design It and it has recently been published. The CTDG is a UK based organisation which was started by the embroiderer Valerie Campbell Harding for people who use the computer in textile design. My article is about using the Print Gocco to create unframed thermofax screens to print on fabric with a squeegee. From manipulating the original image on the computer to making the screen, to printing it. So if you’re a member, look out for it! I haven’t seen it yet but it’s my first ever magazine article so I’m pretty excited about it!

I have a second article coming out in the next magazine too!

Finally, I’m going to the Festival of Quilts at the NEC in Birmingham tomorrow and am hoping to meet a couple of online friends who are exhibiting there. Woo hoo!

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5 Responses to Magazine Article on Print Gocco!

  1. rayna 16th August 2008 at 12:28 pm #

    Congratulations, Liz!! Wish I could see your article.
    Have a great time at FOQ – one of these days I hope to get there, too.

  2. jackie 16th August 2008 at 10:53 pm #

    Oh what a shame I was there friday. Hope you enjoyed it anyway.

  3. Diane Clancy 18th August 2008 at 12:41 am #

    Hi Liz,

    This is great news!! I bet your articles are very interesting!!

    Have fun at the Quilt Fest.

    I still have my blog give-away.

    ~ Diane Clancy

  4. pippa 19th August 2008 at 11:16 pm #

    What a shame we didnt know we were both going on the same day,half of blogland appears to have been there.You are right it was magical.The bulbs used in the Gocco machines, what sort of price are they? and I presume they are just used the once,I will read up your posts about them as I am keen on getting one

  5. Amy 21st August 2008 at 4:44 pm #

    Are Gocco print kits still available?