To print the given cotton material using Stencil with the required portion of fabrics
Pigment = 30 parts
Binder = 600 parts
Fixer = 10 parts
Thickener = 100 (50% solution)
White spirit = 250 parts
The material for making a stencil should be thin and easy to cut. The following materials may be used for this purpose:
Discarded photographic film negatives
Discarded X-Ray film
The design is firstly cut in paperboard, wood or metal through which color is applied on the fabric.
After transferring the design on to stencil card, the next step is to cut out the stencil carefully leaving the ‘Tie's and a thick border around the outline.
Keep the stencil sheet on a hard surface, like glass or a hard board, for easy cutting.
Cut the entire design through the stencil board, using a stencil-cutting knife or razor blade or a paper cutter.
Try to make clean sharp cuts.
This print is limited in use due to high cost.
The given cotton sample material was printed by using stencil with the required portion of fabrics.