I made a freezer paper stencil shirt!
- For multiple color prints, don’t paint the under layers where the top layers will go; you build up too much ink if you have layer on top of layer. A bit of overlap to make registration easier would probably be fine.
- Iron a piece of freezer paper on the inside of the shirt before ironing any pattern on the outside; it will keep the outside fabric surface from wrinkling from the paint, stretching, etc.
- If you’ve a short or long torso, adjust the height of the stencil appropriately. (Duh, but see image below.)
- Shun the frumious bandersnatch!
Design copied (with permission) from Quadro’s fabric work: