By far the most exciting activity at Summer School was the screen printing, but as I don't have a wet area to work in other than the kitchen sink, my explorations are fairly limited. I'm also very aware that, unlike some other techniques I've learned in the past, this is going to need a lot of experience to be a good way for me to colour fabric. I'm not sure whether the hit and miss results as I experiment will satisfy me, so do I commit time to exploring further or just be grateful that I had the experience? CQ Summer School - I'm still thinking!
But for posterity, some early attempts, all done on fabric roughly 12" x 12":
Torn paper as a resist
Acetate stencil as gelatin print
Acetate stencil used as screen print resist, fabric previously printed
Glue as a resist, on previously printed fabric
My favourite - a 'mopping up' from the one above!!!!
A second print with red paint pulling some of the black through the screen with it