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Embroidery Hoops & Modge Podge: A Silkscreen Alternative Process


The method I showed yesterday for a stencil imitation of silkscreen has a better process for making multiple images.  The video above shows a process that has also been featured by Martha Stewart and creates a re-usable stencil.  In a nutshell, sheer curtain fabric is stretched taught in an embroidery hoop to act as a silkscreen, the negative space is blocked out with Modge Podge adhesive.  Fabric paint is hand-stenciled to create the look of a silkscreen design.

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