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The M3 range of plastisol's is Rutland's most popular color mixing system to date. All the primary ink colors are PANTONE® licensed. This high performance, low-tack plastisol color mixing system is designed for printing on 100% cotton fabrics or alternatively, makes an excellent system for printing on poly/cotton blends when using a low-bleed underlay white.

The M3 range of plastisol's is Rutland's most popular color mixing system to date. All the primary ink colors are PANTONE® licensed. This high performance, low-tack plastisol color mixing system is designed for printing on 100% cotton fabrics or alternatively, makes an excellent system for printing on poly/cotton blends when using a low-bleed underlay white.

The M3 starter kit range of plastisol's is Rutland's most popular color mixing system to date. All the primary ink colors are PANTONE® licensed. Within this starter kit is 12 x QRT standard M3 Plastisol inks. This high performance, low-tack plastisol color mixing system is designed for printing on 100% cotton fabrics or alternatively, makes an excellent system for printing on poly/cotton blends when using a low-bleed underlay white.

The M3 starter kit range of plastisol's is Rutland's most popular color mixing system to date. All the primary ink colors are PANTONE® licensed. Within this starter kit is 12 x QRT standard M3 Plastisol inks. This high performance, low-tack plastisol color mixing system is designed for printing on 100% cotton fabrics or alternatively, makes an excellent system for printing on poly/cotton blends when using a low-bleed underlay white.

Screen Printing with Mod Podge: A Tutorial

Screen Printing with Mod Podge: A Tutorial

Learn how to print on fabric with your home printer.

Printing on Fabric = $1 Art

Learn how to print on fabric with your home printer!Are you ready to use your printer to print directly on fabric? What a perfect project for some cheap art!

How to screen print with Mod Podge.

DIY screen printing with Mod Podge

Print making - "DIY Mod-podge screen printing. So much cheaper than buying the real thing! Did this with my graders using an embroidery hoop, acrylic paint & a squeegee!

Screenprinting some gift wrap for a few last minute orders! by Dolan Geiman, via Flickr  { looks fun; paper, fabric }

This pic of screen printing gift wrap with a repeat pattern inspires me to do the same.

The latest book from Claire Benn and Leslie Morgan of Committed to Cloth (C2C) is another practical 'how-to' book on creative use of the Thermofax screen. A ...

The latest book from Claire Benn and Leslie Morgan of Committed to Cloth is another practical 'how-to' book on creative use of the Thermofax screen.

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