Fast Screen Printing with Stencils: Make a Cool T-Shirt or Tote
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An Overview of Quick Printing Methods1:24
Stencil Design Inspiration1:25
Selecting a Stencil Design1:25
Color & Contrast for Your Print1:22
Create a Stencil from a Photo3:52
Cutting Out Your Stencil1:08
Gather Your Supplies2:25
Make a Test Print2:48
Produce Your Print2:26
About This Class
Need to make a quick gift or a little something to make someone laugh?
With just a few reusable supplies and less time than it takes to watch a TV show, you can create a simple, screen print on T-shirt, tote bag, apron, tea towel, baby onesie, pillow case... basically anything that lies flat on the table.
We'll explore the materials, the method and the tips you need to design a great stencil.
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Really great way to get started with something I've wanted to do for more than 30 years. It always seemed so intimidating, but this class makes screen printing accessible and achievable. I'll be checking to see if you offer classes in the other printing techniques you mentioned. Thank you.
Fibre Artist, Educator, Writer
I work as a technology project manager, but when I'm not at the office, I'm always making things of my own. I especially love illustrating, writing and design.
Here at Skillshare, I focus on teaching printmaking classes -- everything from stencils to woodblock.
I find printmaking inspiring because anyone can quickly start making successful prints with very few tools. It really opens the doors to producing your vision on all kinds of materials: t-shirts, walls, stationery, labels and so much more.