Bob Adams Blending Blackwards

April 2004
Surface Design Journal;Spring2004, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p31
Trade Publication
Interviews Bob Adams, art teacher at the Battle Ground Middle School, on issues related to textile designing in Washington. Details on the effects of discharging on the color of the fabric; Selection of different types of bleaching substance; Concerns over the interaction of the positive and the negative shapes.


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