The following project
combines PRINT GOCCO with the versatile and simple to use Stamp Kit for
Hereís a simple to follow guide that will
transform any crafty person into a craft maker - You can easily substitute
the colours and designs to suit your personalised needs.
You can use either
stamp printing or screen printing techniques to place your designs onto the
PRINT GOCCO or RISO
ScreenFax to image Screens
Stamp Kit for
Cloth or Hand Stamper
Stamp Inks for
B6 Print Master [1 for
Print Lamps [2 for each
If Screen Printing
- RISO ScreenMaster, Frame Mount, Squeegee and Ink
Frame Mount [sized to
Fabric Screen Printing
Ink [colour as desired]
Print Lamps [2 for each
37 x Red Cotton
material 80cm x 30cm
spotted cotton material 80cm x 35cm
White cotton material 50cm x 40cm
For the inner -
Cotton material 64cm x 33cm
Quilt batting 90cm
Make the paper outline using stiff paper and place
it over the material.
Mark with a lead pencil, cut out leaving a hem, and
prepare the required number of pieces as the picture left illustrates.
Print your designís onto the white cotton before
you begin to create the bag.
Details of how to
create a Print Master and print using the Hand Stamper are available in the
PG-5 manual, or you can view the video demonstrations on the PRINT GOCCO
Ask your supplier
for further information or you visit the Training section for details.
Sew squares into strips, as shown left, with 1 Red,
1 White Print #1, 1 Red Spot, 1 White Print #2.
You can also vary the pattern buy changing the
order e.g.: 1 Red, 1 White Print #1, 1 Red Spot, 1 White Print #2, 1 Red,
1 Red Spot, etc.
Sew the single strips together to create double
width strips as shown left.
Lightly iron the strips once finished to flatten
and prepare for next stage.
As shown in the diagram left, place the finished
patchwork over the quilt batting, and tack it from the centre outwards,
quilting the areas other than the base.
Sew both edges of the inner bag, and sew triangular
guessets into the base.
Fold the outer diagonally and place it over the
Sew the edges together using tiny ladder stitches.
Hand quilt around the printed areas using small
Roll the material for the handles into tubes.
Sew together and then triple braid them, making two
handles 40-42cm in length.
Patch together the base section of the patchwork,
and finish off the quilting.
Insert the carry handles into the openings and
finish off the inner bag.