Sunday, June 17, 2012

Deconstructed Screen Printing.....Fabrics


It's been 3 days since
Screen Printing Play Day


Tonight I got around to rinsing and washing the
fabrics created with the screens


Here's how the fabrics turned out:


Screen Printed Fabrics on the line...




Bubble Wrap & Non-Slip Rubber Circles Screen:


This screen created the following prints on fabric...
















FYI: I used clear thickened paste when printing the screens.
NO dye was added to the paste.



Disposable Gloves Screen:


Back Side of Screen...





Front Side of Screen





Here is the fabric created with the glove screen...


















This paper plate holder and cardboard screen created the
following prints on fabric...



















Circles Screen:


This Circles screen created the following prints on fabric...




















I don't have an image of the screen that created the
following prints on fabric...















This bubble wrap and cardboard screen created the following
prints on fabric...













Last week I made 17 deconstructed screens,
but only used 6 of them at the Play Day...



The remaining screens will wait patiently for the next
Screen Printing Play Day...



This surface design process can be labor intensive to
prep the screens...

But, it's worth it to me!





CLICK HERE to view: Part 1

CLICK HERE to view: Part 2

CLICK HERE to view: Part 3


CLICK HERE to view:  The last of the screen printing



CLICK HERE:  to see My Quilts


May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,
LuAnn Kessi

4 comments:

Leslie Tucker Jenison said...

These are so lovely. A question: are you pulling clear print paste through the screens?

LuAnn Kessi said...

Hi Leslie,
Yes, I am using only clear thickened paste in the well to draw across the screen.

My Best To You,
LuAnn

Miriam Otte said...

Thanks for posting these. They are amazing and very inspiring.

Joanne said...

A refreshing approach to fabric silkscreen. Thank you.