Screen Printing with Celina Mancurti

Whether you want to customize cards, books, t-shirts or totes, print your designs on fabric or paper, or embellish tea towels and tablecloths, you will be able to achieve all of the above after taking this fun, easy-to-follow class! Learn to create a design for screen printing, set up your supplies, build a screen printing board, and print a one-color screen print in sequence.
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• Positive of the design on a transparency
• Screen, which for this class you will purchase
• Squeegee
• Paper tape
• Adhesive spray
• Water-based inks
• Black permanent marker, fine and thick
• Pencil or chalk
• Ruler
• Test fabric
• PFD (prepared for dye) fabric
• Paper towels
• Rubber spatula
• Apron to protect clothes
• Hose with a spray nozzle
• Tub or sink for washout
• Screen printing board

Materials for screen printing board:
• 1 sheet hardwood plywood or MDF at least 1/2-inch thick
• Cotton canvas or muslin fabric
• Synthetic quilt batting (for a padded screen)
• Cloth tape measure
• Mask
• Water-based adhesive especially for screen printing boards
• Contact cement

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Celina Mancurti

Celina Mancurti

Celina's career in the textile and fashion industry spaned over 10 years. She is owner and designer of her own line and she devotes most of her time to her studio. She was an instructor in 2010 at The Creative Connection and has taught a variety of screen printing classes around the country.

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