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May 08, 2007

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Anna

Hello Cassandra! I am loving your new blog! I have bought some of your bags before (swimbags the perennial favourite:) Bring on summer!!) but I had no idea how they were actually made. I mean I could figure out the sewing side of things, but it is really interesting to see how you make the frame (ok, ok the SCREEN ;)) to print with.
Will there be a second installment?

Cassandra

Hello Anna!
Thank you so much for your comments regarding the screen printing process. Sometimes I forget that screen printing isn't common knowledge, as it is something I do so much of the time. The process is very familiar to me. I will most definately add an additional teaching when I am ready to print fabric, which will be at the end of the month. Thanks for your very kind comments on your previous purchases. It makes me feel rather warm and fuzzy.

Cassandra

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