Gel Plate Printing on Fabric

Printing on fabric with paints using a gel plate is a lot like Forrest Gump’s box of chocolates – you  never know what you’re going to get. But I guarantee you’ll like it! The techniques are easy:  learn to mix colors on the plate and combine layers, shapes, masks, stencils and textures for  surprising, stunning results. Painted fabrics can be permanently heat set – your creations can be  used for quilting, fiber arts, home décor projects and clothing. The possibilities are endless! 

June 16, 2021 – 8:00am
Room: 1
Fee: $60

Student Capacity: 32

Required Kit Fee – payable to instructor:  $10 (you can take home your painted samples)

Supplies and fabric are provided for use during the workshop 


Class Registration $60
Available Tickets: 26
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Jane Unger Baumstark


Jane Unger Baumstark

Jane has sewn for 50 years, starting with a pair of groovy yellow culottes in the 60’s on a Singer treadle machine. She loves learning about fiber arts and making art quilts, garments and accessories, and adding embroidery and mixed media to her projects. Jane teaches a monthly series Art Quilting Studio at Jackman’s Fabrics in St. Louis, Missouri and southern Illinois. Firing up your creativity while making a big, beautiful mess is her super power. Jane is also a freelance writer specializing in creative nonfiction, humor, copywriting and content development.