Intermediate | 11 min
After you know how to burn a screen, watch Hilary screen print a hand-drawn design onto different size tee-shirts. Learn how to mark registration to print on different sizes, and see how to pull textile ink back and forth to work in into fabric, which behaves differently than paper. You’ll be printing your own textiles in no time.
Here’s what you’ll need:
- Tools: mesh screen (lower than 125 mesh count)
- squeegee (at least 5” smaller screen frame width)
- screen print clamp hinges on a board or table
- UV lights or light table
- fountain pen Materials: screen print photo emulsion
- transparent paper
- India Ink for film
- packing tape
- screen print ink
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