How-To: Screenless Screen Printing with Masking Tape

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Cyndy from The Exchange shared her method for printing on fabric using screen printing ink with masking tape or large labels instead of screens in a guest post on Tatertots and Jello. Her method creates surprisingly crisp lines on fabric without requiring any special screen printing materials, which makes it a great alternative to standard screen printing for simple projects. Doesn’t the chevron print look fantastic?

4 thoughts on “How-To: Screenless Screen Printing with Masking Tape

  1. Funkytime says:

    Great idea, they turned out wonderful!!

  2. postcard printing says:

    The technology of printing fabrics is growing very fastly and every one is demanding it as every one wants a quality and perfect printing promos in his life.

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