So, back when I was researching different screen printing methods for Bend the Rules with Fabric, I stumbled upon a product made by EZScreenPrint. I was looking for something that worked like a bigger, better Print Gocco, and wasn't sure anything out there existed, but then I found it. This method of screen printing on fabric requires no photo emulsion, no wooden frame, the screens are easily cleaned and very durable and the screen is burned by sunlight. That's about 100 reasons to celebrate as far as I'm concerned. The fabric here, which is also featured in my book when I describe how to use this cool product, was printed using this method.
I am not affiliated with EZScreenPrint, so was thrilled when they contacted me to offer my book readers a discount on their screens and printing supplies. It's quite affordable already—but every bit helps. This discount is for a minimum order of $50. You might want to go in on this with a friend so you can split the cost and have fun trying this together. You can get your discount code right here.
More about my book and book type stuff-
- I have a 2nd book signing and little lecture, Q&A, what-all, coming up at Bolt,—Thursday, November 5th at 7:00. I will write about this again, but I just wanted to mention it now. Hopefully you all can come out for that.
- I am 99% sure I will also have a booksigning in Seattle in December, just finalizing some details on that one. I really hope my Seattle friends will be able to hang!
- There is a project from the book complete with directions and all that on The Storque How-Tuesday— and it's one of my favorites. Take a peek and try it if you can. It's an easy reusable lunch bag. Quite handy!
- (Unrelated) I have a new banner up (spooky!) and I saw Zombieland last night and found it very entertaining.