Non-Chemical Home Friendly Screenprinting on Fabric

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[Editor's Note: I have screenprinted on fabric with everything from a Yudu to an embroidery hoop, but See Kate Sew has just taught this old dog a new trick. Kate silkscreens fabric without burning a single screen. Instead she uses a die cut machine to make stickers that she attaches to her screen to create an arrow print. The whole post is great for someone interested in the medium of screenprinting and her end result (a coat lining) is ridiculously cute. - Jen]

How to Screenprint on Fabric

For those intimidated by the stinky chemical process of silkscreening Kate reassures you with this: "There are a lot of ways to silkscreen and a ton of products. Most supplies are produced for commercial production. It's messy! And stinky. It took me a few years to get it down to a home-friendly non-chemical method. And here it is!'"

How to Screenprint on Fabric


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