"ArtsEdNet Talk" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>The blocks are sold as Soft-Kut printing blocks, and probably other
>will be in many catalogs with the linoleum blocks. Or in art supply
>the block printing aisle.
Nasco sells this material in big sheets that can be cut on a band saw or
with another cutting tool. Buying the big sheets is MUCH cheaper if you
can find a way to cut them. I limit my students to 4 by 6 inch size and
get good results - we buy the thicker kind so they get two prints from
each block - one on each side.
Sue E. Stewart
Sumner High School