Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Beth Berman and Deconstructed Silk Screens

No time for yawning here. We will be going over all aspects of deconstructed silk screens including how to move from a small square silk screen to larger screens, making small screens connect and how to eliminate "white" if white spots bug you. I guarantee you will learn at least one new thing or I'll eat my squeegee -smile.
Another new feature will be using a deconstructed screen to print a 72" silk scarf with one fold (printed folded) and what exactly can you do with this amazing fabric when you are done?  This is where you my potential 3 helpers and other followers come in. Contact me either through a comment below or on my contact form so you can be introduced to the FIRE community. 

24 comments:

  1. Beth, I love DSP, so you cant count me in - when no hogging is included! As a follower certainly, anyway.

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  2. I'm going to be a follower here Beth, because I have very little experience with DSP, but I look forward to learning more about it!

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  3. Would love to follow your deconstructed screen class; however I am new to this site and not sure how I do that. Could you advise me how to access these demos. Thank you.

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  4. would love to be a follower. Very intrigued by DSP.

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  5. I would love to be a follower, if I got your notice, I assume I am on your list. vivianhelena@sti.net

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  6. would love to follow along,
    if I got this notice I assume I am in the loop. vivianhelena@sti.net

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  7. I will definitely be following along as I enjoy DSP and know that there is always more to learn.

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  8. I guess I did something wrong as my info didn't show up with my previous comment. gjeneve@gmail.com

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  9. I've never done any DSP - I'd love to have a go!

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  10. DSP is fascinating and I will be following and hoping to find time and space to play.

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  11. DSP is something I've only done at a course so some more practice will be great thanks. Count me in!

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  12. DSP is something I've only done at a course so some more practice will be great thanks. Count me in!

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  13. I have been wanting to try deconstructed screen printing for a long time, so please count me in on learning how to do this too.
    Diane www.dianem.wordpress.com

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  14. I'd love to learn about this. Count me in.

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  15. Lackawana, I need an email address. Please email me at beth dot from dot maine at gmail dot com.

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  16. I sent you an email with my address. Thank you.

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  17. I would like to learn more. I enjoy this site. I read it often

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  18. I love DSP and would love to be included in your class. I, too, am new to this sight, so I hope you'll provide me with the info I need to access the class.

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  19. Very, very interested in this! Thanks!!

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  20. Sounds like fun! I'll be following.

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  21. I see my name is on the list in January but just want to reaffirm I am looking
    forward to this class on deconstructed silk screening. thank you.

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We would love to hear from you and even better have some links to your work!