Today we built a few wooden frames for
I am starting a new Surface Design Adventure:
These are the completed frames 10 x 14 inches
We watched a How-To-Video online...
Then got busy building frames.
The frames will need two coats of wood sealer to keep them from rotting.
They spend time under water when you clean them.
I plan to cover the frames with curtain sheers.
Kerr Grabowski's DVD suggested curtain sheers.
There are so many different ways to screen print.
I plan to try coating the screens with photo emulsion fluid and use my own photographic images.
I am also interested in trying
Kerr's Deconstructed Screen Printing technique.
This is my first attempt at Screen Printing.
I will try and take photos along the way so you can follow my progress.
Below are the resources that I am using...
CLICK HERE: How to Build a Screen Printing Frame
CLICK HERE: Screen Printing with Photo Emulsion
CLICK HERE: Deconstructed Screen Printing
CLICK HERE: Jane Dunnewold Screen Printing DVD
CLICK HERE: Kerr Grabowski Screen Printing DVD
CLICK HERE: Jane Dunnewold Art Cloth Book
CLICK HERE: to see My Quilts
May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,