I don't own one;
I don't want to spend the money to buy one;
I don't have anywhere to store one.
I know there are directions in Jane Dunnewold's book; I need to look at those, too. But typical of me, I've been searching the web for tutorials:
Jim Monroe published some great instructions on his No Media Kings blog, which include his photo-safe light suggestion: I use the extremely ghetto mechanism of a Blessed Virgin Mary (BVM) night light with a red christmas tree bulb inside
Jim's is proper and complete and probably echoes JDs instruction (perhaps minus the BVM red light). Then there is craftgrrl's Cheap Screen Printing Tutorial.
Kristy uses ModPodge as the resist, stockings or curtain sheers as the screen and an embroidery hoop as the frame. Her results look like they would work fine for one-offs... or just a couple images. Usually what I'd be doing anyway.
Barry's Farm has a three part tutorial on Screen Printing. Pretty explicit.
EHow also has a set of instructions.
Guess I have no excuses; need to stop just reading about it and DO it.
BTW, I started this by searching my own del.icio.us tags which include Gerrie excellent how-to on making a thermofax screen, then searched the entire site for everyone's bookmarks on silk screening.
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