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  • Jennifer Fuhrman

    Easy Peasy DIY Screen Printing..put your silk over an embroidery hoop, cut you image into contact paper and place on silk, now just grab some paint and a credit card and you're screen printing!.

  • Karen Pimentel

    Small scale silk screen printing: embroidery hoops (approx 7.5" diameter); 1 or 2 colours of textile paints (eg: Jacquard Textile colours); an old, discarded credit card (or piece of cardboard); tightly-woven fabric pieces you'd like to print on (think of what you'd like to make with your fabric afterwards, eg. a pillow cover); acetate (or contact paper) for making stencils; organza for making a silkscreen (or old pair of pantyhose?)

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