Screen printing has become really popular because of the flexibility and diversity in it's application. We had to offer this book because it is filled with lots of how-to based on first hand experience.
Jane covers tools and equipment, applications, impermanent screen surfaces, such as paper, plastic and interfacing stencils, and using wax, dye and crayons on your screen. Permanent screen surfaces such as photo emulsion, paint, and thermofax. Each chapter has ideas for other experiments.
Also discussed are use of textile paints and fiber reactive dyes in relation to screen printing. A must have how-to book.
8.5" x 11" - Soft Cover, Spiral Bound, 93 pages