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Though screen printing is the most efficient way of printing on textiles (check out my how-to here), it’s a lot of work to print a one-of-a-kind t-shirt. Here’s a cool way to create a stencil on the computer, and handprint it upon your shirt. It produces a different aesthetic than silk screening, as your completed shirt won’t look brand new, but nicely broken-in.
Computer with image editing software (the instructions here are for Adobe Photoshop)
Craft knife and blades (such as X-Acto)
Cutting Mat, or scrap piece of plywood
Thin or Medium sheet of acetate (overhead transparency)