Block printing equipment for making hand made prints. The Essdee Block printing tools, printing blocks and inks provide everything you need to learn lino printing while the Speedball Block printing inks provide a further option for printing your own designs onto fabric and paper.
Explore the craft further by carving your own wood printing blocks. Softer woods such as pine, cedar and poplar wood are easier to carve but do not allow for fine detail; a printing block made from a harder wood such as ash, birch, cherry or sheesham will allow for more intricate designs.
Create designs on fabrics and clothing, or print onto beautiful handmade paper to make stunning artwork for your home. The George Weil Blog includes a number of posts to help you get started with lino cutting and block printing.