I love this idea, but need to figure out how to match up the pattern more easily. Having a hard time trying to see through the screen/pattern to line it up – again. So, I got on YouTube and the only continuous pattern screen printing was yardage machinery that’s longer than my house. I will […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Well after printing many times I finally heat set the batch so I can dye areas. Not so sure on the heat setting, but most of it worked and the lines didn’t necessarily bleed, but when I tried rubbing a few lines the ink kind of wanted to rub off. These images are taken with […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I still feel a bit clumsy pushing ink through the screen and getting ink all over my hands and table. I used the hair dryer today to prep the screen and to dry the prints to try out continuous printing. I didn’t plan the pattern for continuous printing. Plus, Al needed to get his hands […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
With the bit of knowledge from the class and thank heavens for YouTube I was able to figure out a few more supplies I needed to get started in the studio. I stretched a screen – and wow! I love it. I just like to gently thump the screen to hear the sound it makes. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Not really new to me, but it’s been a very long time since I held a squeegee and push ink through a screen (evenly) to make a print. Plus, the design on the screen? . . .well I don’t remember exactly how that was done back in the day – very long time ago. I […]Continue Reading... No Comments.