DIY Screen Printing for Small Spaces with Maxx FG
Sat, Jan 25 at 11am
Screen printing can be hard without special equipment or a large space. Luckily Maxx has figured out a way to make it work in small spaces with minimal special tools.
Transfer your own (simple, approx 3" x 5") design onto a screen
Print your design onto fabric and paper
How to make your own small screens
How to get your design onto the screen
How to print on paper & fabric
History and tools of screen printing
One small screen printing screen
One small squeegee
Use of studio screen printing ink during class time and tips on finding/purchasing your own
Maxx Follis-Goodkind is a prolific creator. She taught herself screen printing nearly a decade ago. There were a lot of mistakes and she quickly learned that using store bought screens and trying to do photo emulsion at home was very difficult. She developed this method with the help of Dillon Lacey to teach people how to screen print at home. This method is best for small prints, cards and patches.
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