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Indian Wooden Block Set – 3 Chickens

£22.50

A set of Indian wooden printing block, made in Jaipur on a fair trade project. All our printing blocks can be used to hand print your own fabrics, papers & cards! Join the wonderful and creative world of Block Craft!

If you want to see these blocks in action or need some inspiration, CLICK HERE  to see Tess using the Chickens to make some beautiful designs!

Please scroll down for more images, and specific block details…

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Block Printed Fabric Gift Bag (£1.00)

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Block Printed Fabric Gift Bag (£1.00)

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Description

Indian Wooden Block Set – 3 Chickens

Sizes are approximates only:

  • Big Spotty Chicken : – 5.5 x 7.5 cm
  • Medium Spotty Chicken : – 6.5 x 5.5 cm
  • Small Spotty Chicken : – 6.5 x 6 cm

If you want to see these blocks in action or need some inspiration, CLICK HERE  to see Tess using the Chickens to make some beautiful designs!

Our Indian wooden printing blocks are hand carved on a Fairtrade project in Jaipur, India and are made using a sustainable wood known as Sheesham. The designs are traced and carved onto the wood. The blocks are then left to soak in mustard oil for several days, this preserves the wood making it non-absorbent.

All of our wooden printing blocks can be used to hand print your own Fabric, Paper, Card & Clay! It’s important when printing fabric to use a fabric paint/ medium so the design is totally washable. When printing onto paper and card you can use a wide variety of paints/inks. Ink pads aren’t always wet enough to use with the printing blocks so we advise using paint. Use a square piece of sponge or a dabber to apply your paint/dye/medium and a foam printing mat (or something soft) underneath the item you are printing on this will ensure you get a good print!

If you haven’t already please watch our video tutorial on : ‘How to use Indian Wooden Printing Blocks’

Essentials Printing Kit : Check out our essentials kit that gives you everything you need to get a good print!

To clean your blocks between colours just wipe with a dry rag. When finished, be sure to wash your wooden block under the tap with warm water and scrub all the paint out of the design with a nail brush. Then dry well!