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Re: linoleum printing

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J Baas (wjbaas)
Sun, 05 Dec 1999 14:15:59 -0600


Put it in front of a heating register for awhile or use a flatiron. I've done
this after we've cut the pieces to size for use. Each time the student works
on it we flatten again with gentle heat. Also makes it easier to carve.
LOL
Gelato

Ann Wilschke wrote:

> Greetings!!!!!
> We are counting the days here in Michigan!!
> I purchased a roll of linoleum for printing this year for the
> first time. It carves well, however we are having a hard time fallening
> it out. Does anyone have a solution to this?
> Thanks so much....and have a happy happy
>
> Ann Wilschke. Upton Middle School. St. Joseph
>
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