Soldering irons, heat guns and household irons can add texture and variety to textile work - whether it's hand embroidery, machine embroidery, quilting or felting. This work is a practical guide to the potential of heat tools for textile artists.
'Looking at inspiration and techniques with hear tools, textile artist Kim Thittichai is officially hot stuff! The inspirational examples in the book use heat tools such as soldering irons, craft hot air tools and household irons..the resulting surfaces are wonderfully textured and, when embellishment is added, the results are stunning'. Stitch magazine
Kim Thittichai is a popular textile artist who specialises in teaching experimental textiles. Her speciality is creating three-dimensional textile forms. She does workshops and lecture nationally and exhibits her work at various textiles shows across the UK. She is the author of the best selling Hot Textiles. She lives in Brighton.