HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN SILK SCREEN PART 2: STRETCHING THE MESH

Thank you for all the great feedback on part 1 of this blog series! We really enjoy making these informative blogs and are glad that you’re enjoying them too. If you haven’t read part 1 you can do so here.Materials T2 screen printing mesh screen Cabot’s Cabothane Clear slow glue Monkey grip with angle on it Electric sander Electric stapler Process1. So continuing on from part I you should have a fully dry wooden screen frame. As you can see the excess glue has dried and formed a thick layer. We

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